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About this event

Join our Great North Run team for 2019 and be part of the largest half marathon in the world!

Experience iconic landmarks and electric atmosphere as you run through the streets of Newcastle upon Tyne and South Shields. Join over 55,000 other runners taking on the world-famous route on Sunday the 8th of September. We’ll support you every step of the way.

Our 2019 Great North Run team

Places will be available soon so watch this space! Are you ready to run to help children with cancer ring their end of treatment bell?  See below to find out what you can expect and fill in your registration form.

What to expect from Children with Cancer UK

You can be part of our 2019 Great North Run team whether you secure your own place independently of Children with Cancer UK or you register for one of our charity places.

As part of our team, you will receive the following support from us:

  • A fundraising pack containing lots of training and fundraising advice
  • Regular emails providing top tips
  • A running vest to wear with pride on the day
  • Cheer points around the course on Race Day
  • Refreshments at the post-race charity village

Date & Location

  • Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
  • September 8, 2019
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Contact Details

Join our Team

Charity Place

Fill in your details below to secure your charity place in the Great North Run.

Registration Fee: £30

Minimum Fundraising Target: £250

Charity Place Form

Own Place

This form will be available once places have been allocated.

Own Place Form

The Great North Run Registration Forms

Registration for our 2019 Great North Run charity places is now available. Good luck to all our runners.

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Registration for our 2019 Great North Run charity places is now available. Good luck to all our runners.

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Runners posing for a picture at The Great North Run
A group of runners at The Great North Run
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