Run the Virgin London Marathon for Guts UK in 2019

10th October 2018

Be part of one of the world’s most famous sporting events in 2019 by joining over 40,000 people addressing causes close to their hearts. Guts UK have one, special place for the Virgin London Marathon in 2019.

Be cheered by tens of thousands and watched by millions as you make your mark and fight for those suffering from conditions of the gut, liver and pancreas. With your help Guts UK can address the woeful lack of research funding into these areas and help those suffering in silence.

We are going to have a ballot for the one place which we are offering. If you would like to apply please send us your name, contact details and the reason why you want to run to – info@gutscharity.org.uk

 Please get your entries in before 5PM on Wednesday 31st October 2018. The lucky winner will be announced before 5PM on Thursday 1st November 2018.

Please note that we would like our runner to raise a minimum of £2000 in sponsorship, the registration fee is £50.

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