London Landmarks Half Marathon

29/03/2020

London Landmarks Half Marathon 2020

Join us

Join us and celebrate the culture and spirit of London along this fantastic city centre route. You'll be supported by grand themed cheer points giving along the way, discover quirky facts at every mile marker and get to explore some of London's hidden landmarks.

How to enter

The public ballot results for the London Landmarks Half Marathon have now been announced. If you’ve been lucky enough to get a place then you can join Team Macmillan below, otherwise you can choose to sign up for one of our Macmillan Charity Places.

I got a place in the ballot

If you've been lucky enough to secure a place in the public ballot and would like to use your place to join Team Macmillan, then please click the 'I have my own place' button to join the team and order your running kit.

I missed out on the main ballot

If you missed out on a place in the ballot then you can still join Team Macmillan and take part in London Landmarks by registering for one of our Macmillan Charity Places, which are now open for entry.

Our charity places are a great way to make a difference to people affected by cancer with every step. We ask that you pledge to raise a minimum of £350 in sponsorship (excluding Gift Aid) and there’s a £35 registration fee.

To enter, simply click the 'Get a place’ button and complete our online entry form.

The registration fee is payable to Macmillan Cancer Support Trading Limited which is wholly owned subsidiary of Macmillan Cancer Support. Macmillan Cancer Support Trading Limited donates 100% of its profits to Macmillan Cancer Support each year.

What do you get as part of #TeamMacmillan?

Whichever way you choose to join Team Macmillan, we'll support you every step of the way with:

  • Our bumper fundraising pack, containing loads of tips and ideas.
  • Access to our online training zone
  • Your free Team Macmillan technical running vest or t-shirt, plus iron on letters to customise your kit.
  • Regular e-newsletters to keep you up to date with Macmillan's news and activities.

And of course..... the loudest and most supportive cheerers on the course!

Most importantly we will provide you with a reason to put in those months of training and fundraising, because you know that your efforts will help everyone with cancer live life as fully as they can.

The minimum age for this event is 17 years old.

For full terms and conditions 'click here'.

If you have any questions about the event please phone 0300 1000 200 or email running@macmillan.org.uk

This event is available on the Team Macmillan App!

If you have signed up to run your way to victory, the Team Macmillan app brings together everything you need to make the most out of your event:

  • Find the key information for your event
  • Countdown to the event day
  • Interactive map to help you plan your event day
  • Add the date to your calendar
  • Contact the Macmillan event team
  • Social media updates
  • Training calculators
  • Personal trainer advice
  • Strava group links
  • Download your training guides
  • Track and promote your JustGiving page with custom messages

Available for iOS and Android.

Volunteer With Us!

If you have any family and friends who'd like to come and support you on the day, we'd love them to join our volunteer team! To find out more head to our 'Volunteering Village' or email sdutton@macmillan.org.uk.

Individual registration FAQs

How do I register?
If you would like to register for a Team Macmillan charity place, click ‘Get a place’ on the right and complete our registration form.
 
How much is the registration fee?
The registration fee for a Team Macmillan charity place is £35 per person, which you pay online upon completing your registration.
 
What is the minimum age to take part?
The minimum age to take part in this event is 17 years.
 
When will registration close? 
Registration for a Team Macmillan charity place will close in early February, or when our places sell out. After this date we cannot accept any new registrations for charity places. 
 
I got a place in the ballot, can I still run for you? 
Of course! Both those with charity places, and those with their own places in the ballot are welcome to join our team. We’d love to help you prepare for your event, and send you a fundraising pack, running top and other helpful information for the big day! Please fill in our ‘I have my own place’ form to join our team.
 
When will I receive my fundraising pack?
You will receive your fundraising pack and running top approximately 2-3 weeks after you register for your place on our website.
 
When will I receive my running number? 
You should receive your event pack and number from the organiser (London Landmarks Half Marathon) approximately 2-3 weeks before the event. If you have not received it in this time, please contact support@llhm.co.uk.
 
How do I cancel my place?
If you’re no longer able to take part, please email the running team at running@macmillan.org.uk and we will cancel your place. 
 
Can I defer my place? 
Unfortunately, we are not able to defer places in our events. We would ask that you register for another event or re-register once registrations open for next year.
 
Once I have signed up, how do I know my registration is complete? 
Once you have completed the registration process through the website, you will receive an email confirming your place in the event.
 
You will also need to register your details with the event organiser and we will send you further details in due course. Please look out for this information as you will not be able to take part in the event until this second stage of your registration is complete.
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Ballot FAQ

How can I get my own place in the London Landmarks?
Public entry to the London Landmarks Half Marathon is decided by a ballot that usually takes place in early June. You can find more information at llhm.co.uk/ballot.
 
I missed out in the ballot, what can I do?
If you were unsuccessful in the ballot, or missed entering it, then you can still take part in the event by register for one of Team Macmillan charity places. Click ‘Get a place’ on the right and complete our registration form.
 
I got a place in the ballot, can I still run for you? 
Of course! Both those with charity places, and those with ballot places are welcome to join our team. We’d love to help you prepare for your event, and send you a fundraising pack, running top and other helpful information for the big day! Please fill in our ‘I have my own place’ form to join our team.
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Team registration FAQs

How do I register as part of a team?
You’ll need to sign up individually and then email running@macmillan.org.uk to say that you are going to be fundraising as part of a team. Let us know the names of everyone in your team and send us the link to your JustGiving page.

Is there a discount for teams? 
No, there is not.
 
I’m taking part with a team, do we all have to raise the minimum fundraising amount? 
Yes, you will need to raise the minimum fundraising amount of £350 for each member of your team. You can, however, choose to split the total in any way you like between the team if some people are comfortable raising more than others.
 
Once I have signed up, how do I know my registration is complete?
Once you have completed the registration process through the website, you will receive an email confirming your place in the event.
 
You will also need to register your details with the event organiser and we will send you further details in due course. Please look out for this information as you will not be able to take part in the event until this second stage of your registration is complete.
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Fundraising FAQs

What is the minimum fundraising amount?
We ask you to raise a minimum of £350 to help people living with cancer.
 
Can Macmillan help with my fundraising?
Definitely! Once you’ve registered, keep a look out for your fundraising pack in the post which should arrive within 2-3 weeks. This includes a comprehensive fundraising guide with advice and ideas on how to reach your fundraising target, along with a sponsorship form and other resources. 
 
You can also access everything you need, from fundraising resources and ideas to online fundraising tips and information about paying in your donations at macmillan.org.uk/bringonthefundraising.
 
We will also be in touch every couple of months with helpful e-newsletters, and you can email or call our Supporter Care Hub on 0300 1000 200 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm) anytime you have a fundraising question. They will also be able to order any materials you may need including collection boxes and buckets, balloons, posters and extra sponsorship forms.
 
Why is there a minimum fundraising amount?
As for any charity, buying places in these events costs money. The registration fee doesn’t cover the full cost of our involvement in the event, so we must set a minimum fundraising amount. This ensures the costs of the event are covered so that the majority of money raised is spent on our vital services to help people affected by cancer.
 
What is JustGiving and how do I set up a page?
JustGiving is one of the most trusted platforms for online giving and is very simple to use. Once you've set up your page you can share it with friends, family and colleagues and they can make an online donation of their chosen amount and leave you a message. It was also ask if their donation is eligible for Gift Aid.
 
The money donated to your page comes straight to Macmillan, which means no trips to the bank or hours counting pennies.
 
What happen if I don't raise the minimum fundraising amount?
It is important that everyone reaches the minimum fundraising pledge of £350 to ensure Macmillan doesn't lose money on your participation and the majority of what you raise helps those affected by cancer.
 
We provide you with as much help as we can to help you reach this amount. You can access fundraising resources, ideas and tips at macmillan.org.uk/bringonthefundraising and our Supporter Care Hub is also available on 0300 1000 200 if you want further help. If it gets to a point where you feel you really can’t fundraise anymore then you are welcome to donate the remaining amount yourself.
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How will my fundraising help?


£250 could pay for five people living with cancer to attend a health and wellbeing event, providing them with the skills to improve the management of these areas in their lives.

£335 could pay for a Macmillan grant that helps a family affected by cancer take a holiday and enjoy precious time together.

£546 could pay for a Macmillan Social Care Worker for a week, helping patients, family members and carers manage the social and practical problems of living with cancer.

Every £800 we spend on our phone service could lead to our welfare rights advisors on the Macmillan Support Line helping people living with cancer claim up to £31,480 in benefits they are entitled to.

£1,203 could pay for a Macmillan nurse for a week, helping people living with cancer and their families receive essential medical, practical and emotional support.
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Training FAQs

Where can I find help with my training?
Take a look at our online training zone at macmillan.org.uk/trainingzone where you’ll find lots of information to help you prepare for your challenge.
 
Do you have training plans that I can use?
Yes! Our training plan, put together by our coaching partners Running With Us, is designed to get you to the start line of the half marathon feeling prepared and confident that you can achieve your goal. You can download the training guide from macmillan.org.uk/trainingzone.
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I have my own placeIf you’ve already secured a place and want to support people living with cancer
Get a placeWe ask that you pay a registration fee of £35 and pledge to raise £350 for a charity place

'You get great support from the whole team and their crowd of supporters.'

Tom, Team Macmillan runner

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