Swim Serpentine, organised by London Marathon Events Ltd, is the biggest open water swimming event in the country. It has rapidly grown to become the UK’s top open water swimming event with more than 6,000 entries last year!
We’re thrilled to partner with London Marathon Events and bring you the very first Children with Cancer UK Swim Serpentine this September. The day will feature open water swimming events in the Serpentine Lake in Hyde Park over a range of distances, including ½ mile, one mile, two miles, six miles and a free Wellness Festival in Hyde Park.
Secure a charity place.
We have places in the ½ mile, one mile and two mile distances. Whether you are taking part in your first open water swim or want to complete the London Classic we’ve got a place for you. Find the details and registration form below!
The two mile distance has sold out but if you would like to join our waiting list please fill out the form below. We will get in touch if a place becomes available.
Have you secured your own place?
If you have secured your own place in the Children with Cancer UK Swim Serpentine we’d love to have you on the team. There is no minimum fundraising target, we ask that you raise what you can to support our work and you will receive the exact same support as our charity place swimmers. Please fill out our own place registration form below.
You can be part of our team whether you secure your own place independently of the charity or are allocated one of our charity places.
1/2 Mile: Registration Fee - £20, Fundraising Target - as much as possible
One Mile: Registration Fee - £20, Fundraising Target - as much as possible
Two Mile: Places in the Two Mile distance have sold out. You can fill out the below form to join the waiting list. We will get in touch if a place becomes available.Charity Place Form
Registration fee: £0
Fundraising target: as much as possibleOwn Place Form
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