Run London Landmarks Half Marathon. Be a life-saver.
Are you looking to experience a half marathon with an unrivalled atmosphere? This is the event for you!
Taking place on Sunday 7th April 2024, the London Landmarks Half Marathon route starts on The Strand and finishes by Downing Street, with fabulous views of iconic landmarks such as Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral, The Shard and the London Eye along the way. It’s a closed-road route and is the only half marathon to go through both the City of London and the City of Westminster!
Join our growing team of life-savers who have chosen to take part to help us save lives! You’ll experience plenty of entertainment on route from a variety of performers, local community groups plus themed cheer stations, including our own KSS cheer station! You’ll also receive a unique medal (and perhaps even a surprise gift) once you cross the finish line.
Taking on a half marathon is an impressive challenge and we’ll be here to support you as you prepare to take on London Landmarks Half Marathon – you’ve totally got this!
We’ll connect you with other life-savers taking on this challenge and be here to support you with fundraising advice.
You’ll also get:
- The chance to visit our base to meet our team, see our helicopters (subject to medical emergencies) and to see how your support will be making a difference
- A free KSS vest to make you stand out from the crowd
Secure your charity place now for £30 and pledge to raise a minimum of £400 to support us. To register your interest click ‘sign up now’ and our Challenge Team will look forward to contacting you.
Your support will get our life-saving team to where they’re urgently needed. Without you, we can’t keep flying. Without you, we can’t save lives.
Got your own place in London Landmarks Half Marathon 2024? Let us know you’d like to join our team here.
“The London Landmarks Half Marathon (LLHM) aims to be an inclusive event, giving runners of all abilities the opportunity to take part in a major challenge event. Please read the information here to find out more about taking part in the LLHM if you have a disability, how to enter, and what to do if you have any questions or concerns about participating in the event.”