Run the London Marathon 2024 for Deafblind UK!

Enola at the London Marathon

Run the London Marathon 2024 and make a difference to people living with deafblindness!

Join Team Deafblind UK for an unforgettable day and make a difference to people living with sight and hearing loss!

London Marathon 2024 charity places

If you weren’t lucky in the London Marathon ballot then you’re in the right place – we still have some places available! All we ask is that you raise a minimum of £2,000 to support people who are deafblind. There is a £50 registration fee for charity places.  So, if you’re ready to join Team Deafblind UK then just fill out the form below to tell us a bit about yourself!

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Got a ballot place?

If you’re one of the lucky ones who has got a ballot place, and you would like to run for a charity, then look no further! We’d love to have you on our team, so please drop us a line to find out more.


How we support our runners

We’ll support you throughout your journey, from planning your marathon training to crossing the finishing line!

You will get:

  • Help and advice with fundraising
  • The opportunity to connect with other Team Deafblind UK runners
  • The chance to shout about your story on our social media channels

We can’t wait to welcome you to Team Deafblind UK!


 

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