Scotland's biggest weekend of running welcomes thousands of runners to the city of Glasgow every year - get involved now!
The Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run half marathon welcomes thousands of runners to the city of Glasgow every year. The course starts in the centre of the city, in George Square, and from there takes runners past a selection of Glasgow’s finest venues and buildings. As well as crossing over the River Clyde, runners will take a trip through Pollok Park and Bellahouston Park, before heading back for the grandstand finish on Glasgow Green.
All finishers will receive a finisher’s pack containing a medal, event T-shirt, a space blanket and a bottle of Lucozade Sport energy drink.
Why not combine your running experience at the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run with a weekend break in one of the most vibrant destinations in Europe?
Glasgow, the 2014 Commonwealth Games host city, has won numerous accolades such as European City of Culture and UK City of Architecture and Design. The city is now well-established as a top tourist destination offering extensive shopping, a lively social scene and contemporary architecture as well as world-class museums and galleries.
The course will once again pass many of the iconic venues that feature in Scotland’s biggest city, including Nelson’s Monument, the Clyde Arc and the Finnieston Crane.
Great Scottish Run 10K, Business Challenges, Toddler Dash, Junior Great Scottish Run & Family Mile.
There are 2 ways to secure your place in Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run Half Marathon.
Secure your place at the start line with one of our charity partners.
Places are available direct from the event organiser - just pay your entry fee and you're in!
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Secure your charity place and fundraise for your chosen cause - choose a charity below to get started.
No one should have to face cancer alone.
Around 360,000 people are diagnosed with cancer every year in the UK. Macmillan wants to ensure no one faces cancer alone and helps with emotional, physical and financial support from diagnosis to treatment and beyond.
£30 raised could enable a small macmillan support centre to be run for one hour or £50 can help fund their online forum for an hour.
This is a common concern but once you get signed up and start fundraising the team at Macmillan Cancer Support will have plenty of tips for reaching (and smashing!) the target. If you think you're going to struggle, the best thing to do is have a chat with them as each charity has its own approach.
Just click 'Find out more now' and fill in the enquiry form to get their contact details - if you put your question in, someone from their team will get back to you.
Registered no: 261017.
Giving young people the opportunity to be the very best they can be.
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award is the world's leading youth achievement award, with 3 million awards achieved since it was founded in 1956.
Through a programme of activities and challenges, anyone aged 14-24 from any background, circumstance, culture or religion can develop skills, confidence and knowledge to take forward into adult life.
This is a common concern but once you get signed up and start fundraising the team at The Duke of Edinburgh's Award will have plenty of tips for reaching (and smashing!) the target. If you think you're going to struggle, the best thing to do is have a chat with them as each charity has its own approach.
Registered no: 1072490.
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