If you would like to join our 2020 team, please complete the application form below.
We’ll be back in touch with you regarding your application in due course.
Congratulations to our 1250 runners who took part in the 2019 Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday!
It was a fantastic day and we were so pleased to see so many of the team around the route and afterwards.
We captured so many special moments and we’ll share the pictures from the day very soon.
Your support helps us to be there for children when they need us most and move closer to a world where no child loses their life to cancer.
The 2020 Virgin Money London Marathon Ballot is now open and will close at 5pm on Friday 3rd May.
Simon Benbow, father-of-two and cancer survivor, has tackled a 200-mile run from Nantwich to London, all before running in the Virgin Money London Marathon this Sunday to raise money for Children with Cancer UK. ITV Granada interviewed Simon before he set off from Nantwich earlier this week
Credit: Granada Reports
You can be part of our Virgin Money London Marathon 2019 charity team whether you secure your own place independently of Children with Cancer UK or are allocated one of our London Marathon charity places. You will receive the following support from us;
If you are allocated a Children with Cancer UK Charity Place, there will be an £80 registration fee, which we will ask for after the ballot results are released in October.
The 2020 Ballot is now open. ENTER THE BALLOT
The 2020 Ballot is now open. To give yourself the chance to be part of the 2020 team, we do advise that you enter the online ballot. The results from the ballot are released in October.
If you would like to join our 2020 team, please also complete an application form below. We will get back in touch with you regarding your application in due course. Please note, this application does not guarantee you a London Marathon 2020 charity place. We receive a high volume of applications and enquiries and we like to read through all of them, so please be patient with us while we work our way through.
We are so, so proud of our Children with Cancer UK’s Virgin Money London Marathon runners. With the big day almost here, what do we advise you keep in mind? Watch all of the marathon tip videos and more in our London Marathon YouTube playlist.
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