Last 4 Team Guts UK Places for The London Vitality Big Half Marathon on Sunday 10th March

29th January 2019

 

Grab one of the few remaining charity places for The Vitality Big Half Marathon on Sunday 10th March 2019!

All general entry tickets to this event have sold out and Guts UK only has 4 left. Apply now for your last chance to run in this event and alongside the legendary Sir Mo Farah.

We’d love to have you on board with Team Guts UK!

Fill out your application form today and send to info@gutscharity.org.uk.

 

*Please note there is a £10 entry and we would like our runners to raise £200 in sponsorship.

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