London's iconic 5K Santa Run is back - general places are expected to sell out fast, so why not secure a guaranteed charity place.
Starting at 7pm at St Paul’s Cathedral, going over Millennium Bridge and along the River Thames, this santa run is the perfect way to get you, your friends and family into the festive spirit of London! Run, jog, walk for fun or for charity and bring the whole family or office!
Starting on the north side of the Millennium Bridge, you will begin by running over the Thames and enjoying the world famous view of Tower Bridge. The the route then takes you along the historic south embankment, past Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and some of London's oldest pubs, and the Borough Market area.
You will cross over Southwark Bridge and hug the north embankment running towards the Tower of London. You will return through the City, back over Southwark Bridge and turn right towards St Paul's Cathedral, over Millennium Bridge to the finish line of this truly iconic route!
Many UK charities can offer you guaranteed entry into this event in return for raising funds. This means that you become part of a charity team in the run-up to the event, on the big day itself and beyond!
There are 2 ways to secure your place in Santa in the City.
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!
To access full event details you'll need to register for free - do it now then fill your boots with free content.
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Secure your charity place and fundraise for your chosen cause - choose a charity below to get started.
Tackling poverty through renewable energy.
With 1.2 billion people having no access to electricity and spending 200 million hours a day collecting water, Renewable World tackles poverty with clean energy projects across the world to improve incomes, health and education.
Of money you raise £30 could give a Kenyan fisherman the ability to refrigerate fish and seek a fair price or £50 can buy a micro irrigation kit for a Nepalese woman to grow high value crops.
This is a common concern but once you get signed up and start fundraising the team at Renewable World 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: 1119467.
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