Date: 3rd October 2021
Registration fee: £50
Fundraising target: £2,500
We look forward to having a big team taking part in the Virgin Money London Marathon in October 2021 and plan for this event to take place as scheduled. However, these are uncertain times and so we will keep you updated with any changes that occur between now and the event taking place.
Please use the options below to register for a place on #TeamDementiaUK for the London Marathon in October 2021. If you have been successful in the public ballot and would like to run for Dementia UK, please let us know! Alternatively, if you would like to apply for one of our charity places use the Join our team button and give as much detail as possible in your application. We will be reviewing applications in due course. If you have any questions or concerns, please do get in touch with a member of the team. We would be very happy to hear from you.
Join over 40,000 participants and run the world’s most iconic marathon through the streets of this amazing capital city.
The Virgin Money London Marathon 2021 is an experience like no other! Apply for a charity place with Dementia UK by clicking‘Join the team’ now. Successful applicants will be notified after the ballot drops in mid-October.
Run for us and help provide dementia care until a cure can be found.
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.
To anyone thinking of running for Dementia UK next year, I say do it. If you haven’t been affected by dementia, there’s a good chance that at some point in your life you will be, so whatever amount we can raise will help now and in in the future
Chris LittleJohn, who ran the London Marathon for Dementia UK