The Royal Parks Half Marathon is one of the most picturesque running routes you can find, showcasing London’s four Royal Parks and most famous historical landmarks.

Fundraising Target: £350 

Join our Royal Parks Half Marathon team today!

Starting and finishing in Hyde Park, this 13.1-mile route takes you through St James’ Park, Green Park and beautiful Kensington Gardens. With 16,000 runners taking part you are guaranteed a fantastic atmosphere as you pass Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, the London eye and the Royal Albert Hall.

Do something amazing. Take on this exciting half marathon while also helping to support children affected by neuroblastoma and their families. 

Get a charity place 

Own place runners

Do you have your own place for the 2019 Royal Parks Half Marathon? We'd still welcome you on our team!

There will be no minimum fundraising pledge and you'll still get all of the benefits of our support leading up to, and on the big day! Just click on the button below.

I have my own place

How we support you to become a running hero

We’re here for our runners every step of the way. As a Solving Kids' Cancer Royal Parks Half Marathon runner you'll receive:

  • A fundraising pack when you sign up
  • A Solving Kids’ Cancer running vest to wear with pride on the day
  • Regular e-newsletters with training and fundraising tips
  • A really big cheer from our supporter zone en route!
  • Second to none support from the Events Team, who are always on hand to answer any questions and support you

How we help children affected by neuroblastoma

Solving Kids’ Cancer fights for a future where no child dies of neuroblastoma or suffers due to its treatment. We initiate and fund innovative clinical research, and campaign and collaborate for better treatments and care, supporting families throughout their child’s cancer journey. Read more about our work.


For more information on running for Solving Kids’ Cancer or volunteering on the day in the Royal Parks Half Marathon, please contact Sophie on 0207 840 0800 or [email protected]