London Landmarks Half Marathon
- Sunday 24th March 2019
- 9:30 am
- London - Central London
- Fundraising target: £300
Back for its second year, the London Landmarks Half Marathon is a closed road, central London run and is the only half marathon to go through both the City of London and City of Westminster.
The event is not your average half marathon! From cultural landmarks and heritage to the city’s quirky and hidden secrets, runners get to explore the capital on a route like no other!
The race starts on Pall Mall, finishes by Downing Street and has fabulous views of London’s most iconic landmarks including Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral, Nelson’s Column, the Gherkin, the Shard, the Tower of London and the London Eye.
Run for migraine
Did you know that eleven million people get migraine in the UK? No other neurological condition affects so many people. The Migraine Trust is working to raise awareness of migraine and support people with it, however, as a charity we need your support to continue this work. By taking part in this run you will help us to raise much needed funds and you will also help raise awareness amongst your friends, family and colleagues. You’ll also get the full support of our fundraising team to help you meet your target.
To apply for a place in our team please complete and return this application form.
Worried that exercise might make your migraine worse?
You might be worried that physical activity could make your migraine worse, as many people have noted exercise can be a trigger for migraine. However, research suggests that moderate aerobic exercise can have a therapeutic effect on migraine possibly reducing the frequency and severity of migraine attacks.
Benefits of exercise include reducing stress, improving the quality of sleep patterns and producing a feeling of well being. Exercise also stimulates your body to release natural pain controlling chemicals and natural anti-depressant chemicals. Embarking on a well planned exercise program could lead to better management of your condition and a possible reduction of medication.
Read our information on exercise and migraine for further details.