Hampton Court

Palace Half Marathon

The original Palace Half Marathon is run over a fast, flat and visually interesting course that borders the riverside grounds of the magnificent Hampton Court Palace in south west London.

Event details

Date
17 March 2019
Location
London
Distance
Half Marathon
Fundraising target
£200.00

Runners start in front of the iconic Tudor Palace of Henry VIII - and finish in the stunning gardens - a uniquely special experience. When you've finished the race you can visit the famous maze and see the biggest grapevine!

This route definitely has the potential for achieving a personal best, while also offering fabulous historic scenery. The closed road start and finish add to a true big race feel. Runners start in front of the iconic Tudor Palace of Henry VIII - and finish in the stunning gardens - a uniquely special experience. 

Interested?  Register below and check out the organiser's website for more information.

Sparksy - a runner in the London Marathon

Team benefits

As part of our running team you will receive:

  • a fundraising pack with runners' sweepstake

  • sponsorship forms

  • a t-shirt or running vest

  • dedicated fundraising support and advice

If you're thinking of running for us and want access to qualified trainers as well as the chance to chat with other #TeamMarsden runners, check out our runners Facebook group.

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