Hull Marathon 2017 St John Ambulance runner

Event details

When: 24 September 2017
Where: Hull
Distance: 26.2 miles
Registration fee: £25
Sponsorship: £250

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Run through the streets of the 2017 UK City of Culture in the RB Hull Marathon. Organised by runners for runners, this popular event is back for a third time. The newly revised route will start outside the KCOM Stadium in West Park, past the historic marina and Humber bridge, as well as some of the top venues for the City of Culture events.

This is the first time we are offering this event to St John Ambulance runners, so don't miss this great opportunity to explore Hull during such an exciting time!

 

 

*link will open a registration page on Active Network.

We'll support you every step of the way

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. We’ll also be there to help you meet your fundraising targets and make the most of your marathon experience. Our support package includes:

  • • a fundraising pack
  • • a St John Ambulance running vest
  • • publicity support and advice from the St John Ambulance PR team
  • • training advice.

Already got a place in the Hull Marathon 2017?

If you have your own place, we would love to have you join our team. We don’t have a minimum sponsorship target, but any funds you can raise would be hugely appreciated. You will receive the same support as a charity place runner.


For any questions please email north-fundraising@sja.org.uk or call 07900607217.

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