Run the Vitality Big Half Marathon for Guts UK in 2019

15th October 2018

Join over 11,000 runners for an exciting half marathon in London! Guts UK has 5 places for the Vitality Big Half Marathon Sunday 10th March 2019. 

The Vitality Big Half Marathon takes you through the London boroughs of Tower Hamlets, Southwark, Lewisham and Greenwich. It is a celebration of London’s diversity and brings together people of all ages and walks of life in supporting causes they are passionate about.

Are you – or someone you know – keen and looking for a physical challenge in 2019? Join Guts UK’s first ever running team in breaking the silence on conditions of the gut, liver and pancreas. Together, you can help raise much needed funds for research in an area that has been historically underfunded.

Would you like one of Guts UK’s 5 places for this half-marathon? If you would like to apply please send us your name and contact details to –

Please note that we would like our runners to raise a minimum of £200 in sponsorship, the registration fee is just £10 and will include a Guts UK running vest.



Vitality half-marathon 2018 route (please note this may be subject to change for the 2019 race)
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