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Brighton Marathon

Take part in the Brighton Marathon.

The Brighton marathon is a very special race. Thousands sign up to chase down that elusive PB or to tick it off the bucket list, all while raising money for a charity close to your heart.

Over 12,000 runners take part in the marathon each April, enjoying a course that starts in Preston Park at 9.45am, snakes its way through Brighton city centre, along the glorious seafront and finishes at the iconic Madeira Drive in front of thousands of cheering spectators.

This is a marathon like no other with a finish like no other – don’t miss out on this lifetime experience.

To discuss this event with the fundraising team, please email us – [email protected]

Deposit: £82.50

Sponsorship: No minimum sponsorship, simply raise as much as you can

 

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