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Mayor's Fund For London

Midnight Runners_1London’s Epic 24 hour relay run

30 September 2017  |  City Hall

We are joining forces with the London Midnight Runners to host Midnight2Midnight, a unique charity fundraising event. It’s NOT a race and it’s NOT about how fast you run. It’s about sharing your run with other people, embracing London, doing something good and having A LOT of fun.

How it works

Midnight2Midnight is 24 x 10km running loops starting on the hour, every hour, accompanied by the Midnight Runners crew. Simply pay your entry fee and then run one, two, several or even all of them! Expect great music, iconic views and a lot of new friendships. Your whole entrance fee will be donated to the Mayor’s Fund for London and runners are encouraged to raise sponsorship to further support the charity.

Watch this space for more details about the post run party.

Places are expected to be in high demand, so click here to sign up now!

Royal Parks Half

Royal Parks logoThe stunning 13.1 mile running route takes in the capital’s world-famous landmarks and four of London’s eight Royal Parks; Hyde Park, Green Park, St James’ Park and Kensington Gardens.

This event is extra special this year because it’s their 10th birthday! Sign up and join the celebrations of #10yearsrunning of the Royal Parks Half.

Entry fee: £35 plus fundraising minimum: £350

To find out more, please contact Cathy Black, Events Manager

Tel: 020 7983 4051

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100

30 July 2017RideLondon2

Celebrating the legacy for cycling created by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, this 100-mile closed-road route starts in the Olympic Park and weaves through the capital into Surrey’s stunning countryside before finishing back in London on The Mall.

Minimum fundraising target £600

With leg-testing climbs and a route made famous by the world’s best cyclists at the London 2012 Olympics, it’s a truly spectacular event for all involved. RideLondon-Surrey 100 finishes on The Mall in central London, shortly before 150 professional cyclists race in the RideLondon-Surrey Classic on a similar route.


Our Programmes

We empower young Londoners from disadvantaged backgrounds to acquire the skills and opportunities they need to secure employment, climb the career ladder and escape the threat of poverty. We help children and young people play a greater part in the future of London. Our work focuses on Wellbeing, Skills and Employment and Enterprise.
The Mayor of London is our Patron.

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