London Marathon - 26th April 2020

Join Team St Wilfrid’s

Take on the iconic London Marathon and do something amazing for your local Hospice!

The Virgin Money London Marathon is the largest annual fundraising event on the planet - runners have now raised more than £1 billion for good causes since the race began in 1981. The course follows an iconic route taking in many of London's landmarks, from the Cutty Sark and the City to St James' Park and The Mall.

We are looking for local heroes to run for St Wilfrid’s Hospice in the 2020 London Marathon and take on this incredible challenge.

Join #teamwilf and every mile you run and every penny you raise will help us continue supporting local patients and their loved ones with first-class end of life care.

Your fundraising support

With plenty of support from our dedicated team, we’ll make sure you feel as prepared as possible before the big day. As part of #teamwilf you will receive:

  • Full fundraising support
  • A St Wilfrid’s Hospice running vest to wear on the race day
  • Your very own fundraising contact
  • Hints and tips sessions with the Fundraising Team and a professional local running coach
  • Expert diet and training advice
  • A pre-race pasta party with your fellow St Wilfrid’s team members
  • Post-marathon celebration with all of #teamwilf!

Own Ballot Place

Run for St Wilfrid’s Hospice and make your ballot place count!

If you have entered the official 2020 Virgin Money London Marathon ballot and are lucky enough to secure your own place, or if you have a Good for Age place in the 2020 London Marathon, then we would love to hear from you.

As part of #teamwilf you will receive the exact same support as our charity place runners and we will be here to support you reach your personal fundraising goal.

Contact the fundraising team on 01243 755827 or email and join our 2020 London Marathon team and make a difference to local lives!

Charity Place Application

Registration for our 2020 charity places has now closed. We will be opening applications for our 2021 places after the London Marathon next year.