Brighton runners

Brighton Marathon 2020

Date: 20th September 2020
Registration fee: £50
Fundraising target: £500
Location: Brighton

The 2020 Brighton Marathon has been postponed until Sunday the 20th September. We are looking forward to cheering all of our amazing Dementia UK runners around the course, as well as congratulating them with a finisher’s party and a sports massage for all their hard work. We still have running places available so if you would like to join our #TeamDementiaUK then sign up today. Alternatively, if you are an own place runner then get in touch by clicking the ‘I have my own place’ button below, we would love to welcome you onto the team. We will keep in touch with you, providing plenty of hints and tips about training and fundraising this summer. Please always follow Government advice, particularly around staying home and exercising during this period.

Tackle this fast and flat coastal marathon in one of the country’s most vibrant cities.

When joining #TeamDementiaUK you’ll receive:

  • A dedicated member of the fundraising team to support you to the finish line and beyond
  • Training plans & a training day
  • A fundraising guide, as well as fundraising advice, hints and tips in the build up to the event
  • A branded Dementia UK running vest for race day!
  • Support from the team on race day
  • A range of Dementia UK fundraising materials (collection buckets, posters, balloons etc.) to make any events you hold look amazing

Volunteer with us on the day!

Roles vary from making as much noise as possible at a cheer point to making hard-earned cups of tea for runners post event. We’ll provide you with a Dementia UK t-shirt and all you need to bring on the day is your enthusiasm! Please fill in our short volunteer form and we will be in touch with more details.

Admiral Nurse running for Dementia UK

Here, Admiral Nurse Lindsay White tells us why she ran the Brighton Marathon to raise funds for Dementia UK.

It is estimated that on the Isle of Wight, where I work, there are 3,000 people living with dementia. When my family heard I was taking on the Brighton Marathon they knew it would be a big challenge, but also knew how much being able to raise funds for Dementia UK meant to me.