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42-44 Bishopsgate, London,
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020 7614 7696

Street Child is a UK charity, established in 2008, that aims to create educational opportunity for some of the most vulnerable children in West Africa.

Royal Parks Half Marathon

Run royal parks half marathon for charity and help to transform lives

The Royal Parks Half Marathon is the jewel in the crown of London’s running events and is celebrating its 10th birthday in 2017. This scenic route will take you through four of London’s spectacular royal parks, from the bustling activity of Hyde Park to the peaceful beauty of Kensington Gardens, the splendour of St James’s and the wide expanses of Green Park. Join Team Street Child this Autumn and tick this iconic London route off your running bucket list.

Run the Royal Parks Half Marathon in aid of UK charity Street Child


What: Half Marathon through London’s scenic royal parks

When: 8th October 2017 

Where: Hyde Park London

How much: £25 registration

Fundraising target: £350

Places remaining: 19

The difference you can make: Raising £350 can equip and refurbish a whole classroom, giving children in rural Sierra Leone a better quality education. 

How we’ll support you: 

Our dedicated running and challenge team will be behind you every step of the way to make sure that you have a great time during your run as well as raising as much as possible for charity.

Run the Royal Parks Half Marathon for charity Street Child

When you fundraise with us you’ll get:

  • An exclusive Street Child running vest
  • Tailored training plans to help you go the distance
  • Our fundraising pack filled with ideas and activities
  • Regular newsletters with training tips and interesting stories
  • One on one support and mentoring from a member of our team

Click here to sign up now and help Street Child make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children.