London, Greater London

The Mall, London, UK

Sun 13th October 2024

1 charity place


Organiser's Description

The Royal Parks Half Marathon, presented by Royal Bank of Canada, was set up by The Royal Parks charity as an annual fundraising initiative to help conserve and enhance London’s eight Royal Parks for everyone, while enabling charities of all sizes to be involved in a major challenge event.

Since then the event has exceeded all expectations, raising £60 million for over 1,200 UK charities – including The Royal Parks, GOSH, and Mind. It’s a key part of raising awareness of The Royal Parks as a charity, funded by donations and events like the Royal Parks Half. Find out more about our charity partners here

The money raised by this event for The Royal Parks helps to keep the magic of eight vital green spaces alive, teach children and adults about the natural world, care for wildlife and conserve historic monuments.

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Pam Lucas

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