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Run the River

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Run the River

London

Potters Fields, London, SE1 2, United Kingdom

Tue 19th September 2023

Starting at 18:00

2 races

£40.00

Organiser's Description

Sign up for Run the River 2023 and help every young person get the opportunities they deserve.

Take on an unforgettable twilight charity run along the Thames and pass some of London's most iconic landmarks, to help children living in poverty get the education they deserve and fulfil their potential.

With a mass in-person event and virtual running options to choose from, there’s never been an easier way to take part!

Races

  • 5k

    £40.00

    CLOSED
  • 10k

    £40.00

    CLOSED

Book

  • 5k

    £40.00

    CLOSED
  • 10k

    £40.00

    CLOSED

Course Details

A fantastic and flat route, great for a fun run, setting a quick time or personal best record.

What's Included

Runners guide, fundraising tips and help, training plans, water stations and other fluids to keep you hydrated along the race.

  • High quality technical running t-shirt
  • Finisher medal
  • Chip timing
  • Packed goodie bag!

Location

Potters Fields Park
London
SE1 2UD

on the day

Head to Potter’s Fields Park, London, on Tuesday 19 September. You’ll be allocated a wave with a staggered arrival time, starting from 6.00pm. We can’t wait to cheer you and your fellow runners over the finish line and see you wear your finisher’s medal

your support

Your support has never been more vital
One in four children in the UK live in poverty.
All children have big dreams, but not every child gets the opportunities they need to thrive in school.

Children living in poverty only have half the chance of fulfilling their potential at school than their wealthier classmates. You can change this by signing up and showing your support with Run the River. Help power the potential in our young people by fundraising or donating to support the pupils who need it the most. 

Take part in Run the River and pledge your support to help the poorest school children

You can donate directly to the Run the River 2023 JustGiving Campaign below. With your help, we can ensure all children can have the future of their choice.

JustGiving Campaign

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