Sun 22 Oct 2023 London, UK

The Ovarian Cancer Walk|Run 10K

Get your trainers on and walk, jog or run 5K to transform the future for everyone with ovarian cancer and enjoy an uplifting day out in Regent's Park with goodies and medal!

  • Sun 22 Oct 2023
Regent's Park, London




All ages

  • 10 km


The Ovarian Cancer Walk|Run returns to London, this year in an exciting new location - Regents Park!

You are invited to come along and join the day as part of the community of supporters getting active to help everyone affected by ovarian cancer. 

Encourage your friends and family to join you and bring your four-legged friend along too.

Let's do this – together! 

This event is part of The Ovarian Cancer Walk|Run.

  • All fitness levels
  • Dogs allowed
  • Families
  • Newcomers
  • Teams
  • Wheelchair users


  • 10:00 | Registration opens
  • Fun warm-up
  • 11:00 | The 5K and 10K events begin
Guided warm up


Children are very welcome to take part! This is a family-friendly event and they can take part in either distance however they must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.

Keep the family active this autumn


All you need to enter multiple people is their names and email addresses – they'll then need to follow instructions in their confirmation email to complete their registration.

Discount for teams of 5 adults or more

Wheelchair users

The 5K and 10K routes are both fully accessible for wheelchairs.


Runners will start ahead of the walkers at the front.


Well-behaved dogs are welcome so please ensure:

  • You keep your dog on a lead and it stays with you at all times
  • You bring water for your dog
  • You pick up any mess that your dog makes

  • Paid parking
  • Park
  • Toilets
  • Urban

Event HQ

Regent's Park
Greater London

Look out for the gazebo, signs and friendly team when you get to Regent's Park.

  • First aid
  • Flat
  • Mass start
  • Out and back
  • Way markers

The route follows a circular, traffic-free loop around Regent's Park and is well-marked all the way so there'll be no need to navigate and no getting lost!


  • Public transport links

  • Chip timing
  • Map
  • T-shirt

Your pack, including your event number and timing chip (if applicable), t-shirt and route map will be sent to you around a week before the event. Late entrants will need to collect this on the day.


  • Event pack
  • Event number
  • Chip timing
  • T-shirt
  • Route map
  • Exclusive social group
  • Medal
  • Bottle of water
  • Online fundraising page
  • Fundraising support
  • Fundraising materials including PDF guide, sponsorship form, posters, event invitations, bunting, sweepstake pack and more
Upgrade to a Target Ovarian Cancer running vest for Β£7


Get to know your fellow teammates by joining the Strava group – see how everyone is getting on, share training and fundraising tips and successes, or arrange to train together!

Don't worry if you're entering by yourself - this is a super-friendly community where everyone's welcome.

  • Fundraising materials
  • Fundraising required
  • Fundraising support
  • Submit fundraising up to 1 month after event

All adults are asked to aim to raise a minimum of £100 in sponsorship.

Fundraising support

From fundraising to the finish line, Team Target will be with you every step of the way!

Target Ovarian Cancer

Targeting life-saving early diagnosis, treatment and support.

Stand together. Save lives.

Target Ovarian Cancer targets what’s important to stop ovarian cancer devastating lives. Your fundraising efforts have life-changing impact, by ensuring they can continue to improve early diagnosis, fund life-saving research, and provide much-needed support to everyone with ovarian cancer.

  • All ages
  • Enter on day
  • Enter online
  • Fundraising required
  • Race pack by post

Children under 5 go free


Team of 5 adults Β£50

All you need to enter multiple people is their names and email addresses – they'll then need to follow instructions in their confirmation email to complete their registration.

You're all there for the same reason. You see people with notices on their backs and you get tears reading their messages. It's quite inspiring. Pauline

Pauline and her husband

In total we raised over £4,100 in memory of Mum, and we were supported every step of the way by the great team at Target Ovarian Cancer. Clare-Anne

Clare-Anne and her family

There’s so much I could say about Alison. We were married for 38 years, and she was a generous and loving wife, mother and Grandma. Alison passed away just six weeks after her diagnosis of ovarian cancer.

It’s important to me that I support Target Ovarian Cancer and fundraise in Alison’s memory. I’ll be doing the Ovarian Cancer Walk|Run for the fourth time this year. The first time I took part I appreciated how well run it was, and how many friendly people were also taking part. I took part again the next year with friends and took my family along the year after that.

What’s different about it is that everyone is in the same boat. We’re all doing it for the same reason. Colin

Colin and Alison

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