The Hackney Half 2021

The Virgin Sport Hackney half always has a great turnout of around 60,000 runners, with an electric atmosphere and festival vibes! The Hackney half was scheduled for Sunday 17th of May 2020 but has now been postponed to the 26th September 2021.

The run takes place in East London through: Hackney Empire, Broadway Market, Victoria Park, and the London Stadium. The route is flat, perfect for a fast run! 

Registration deadline: 30th April 2021

Join Our Team

We have plenty of places available for only a £20 registration fee.  All that we ask from you is a commitment to raise a minimum sponsorship of £200. 

To make sure you reach and possibly exceed that target, World Child Cancer can offer you a unique supporter package including the following:

- Dedicated member of the World Child Cancer Fundraising Team who will provide one-to-one support from sign up to race day

- A full training and nutritional guide 

- Bespoke welcome pack filled with all the materials you need to support your fundraising including helpful tips to engage your sponsors, friends & family

- Free World Child Cancer running vest

- Updates on how your fundraising can support children with cancer, and their families in the developing world.

Where your money could go: 

£80 could cover the cost of a biopsy and diagnostic services for a child with kidney cancer in Ghana. Accurate diagnosis of childhood cancer can ensure the correct treatment is given and increase survival rates.

> SIGN UP VIA ENTHUSE HERE: The Hackney Half Marathon 2021 | World Child Cancer (enthuse.com)

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Contact Name Anna Tullgren
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Event Address: 
Hackney Marsh
Homerton Road
London
E9 5PF
United Kingdom
Dates Start: 26-09-2021 8:00am End: 26-09-2021 8:00am
Registration fee £20.00
Fundraising target £200
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