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MBNA 2019 Chester Metric Marathon 

Event detailsChester Marathon

  • When: 6 October 2019
  • Where: Chester 
  • Distance: 16.3 miles 
  • Registration fee: £25
  • Minimum sponsorship: £150 

Join #TeamSJA

This event is perfect for those who would like an ideal stepping stone from a half marathon to a full, with the same level of support provided.

Your route will start at Chester's Racecourse. You'll pass through the city centre with the chance to enjoy Chester's iconic landmarks such as the Roman walls, Chester Cathedral, Medieval Rows, and the Eastgate Clock. You'll then head out of Chester towards Sandy Lane and Churton before heading back to Chester for a triumphant finish.

The stunning route through the City of Chester will be lined with our volunteer first aiders, there to help those who need it, as well as cheer you on!


*link will open a registration page on Active Network.

How we'll support you

Run for us and we’ll be with you every step of the way – literally. Our dedicated volunteers will be lining the route, ready if you need them to pick you up, dust you down and get you over the finish line.

Our support package includes:

  • • training and fundraising support
  • • a St John Ambulance running vest
  • • a souvenir certificate to commemorate your awesome achievement

Already got a place in the Chester Metric Marathon?

If you already have your own place, we would love to have you on our team. We don’t have a minimum sponsorship target, but any funds you can raise would be hugely appreciated.



*link will open an email to our events team.

For any questions please or call 07772643801.

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