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The stunning 13.1 mile route showcases the Capitals iconic landmarks on closed roads and sends runners through four of London’s eight famous Royal Parks - Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, St James's Park, and The Green Park. Join us, and run to save little lives.

This beautiful Autumnal challenge takes place in October, which is also Baby Loss Awareness Month. It's a significant time to run to remember a baby and to help us prevent more families experience the tragedy of stillbirth. 

The course is not hilly and is great for either experienced or first time half marathon runners.

I'd like a guaranteed place:

We would love for you to join team Kicks Count. If you choose to use one of our guaranteed places, you'll be taking on a fantastic personal challenge.

To secure your place, we simply ask for your commitment to raise £350 to help us save babies lives. £350 is an incredible amount of money for a small charity - we could supply eight maternity waiting rooms with an awareness-raising banner or provide 17 families with a parent and sibling bundle via our Finding a Rainbow Project. 

There is no registration fee until 30th April when £30 will be payable to secure a place.

In return for your fantastic support, we will support you every step of the way - to get you to your fundraising target, and across the finish line.

  • Tips and ideas to kick start and support your fundraising efforts
  • Access to our brand new Team Kicks Count Facebook group
  • A Team Kicks Count running vest
  • Support from a dedicated fundraising contact as and when you need

Are you ready? Book your place below.

I have a place in the ballot:

If you were lucky enough to secure a ballot place we would love to welcome you to the team too! Register with us and we can send you a free running vest and anything else you need. As the charity hasn't paid for your place, you won't have to raise a minimum amount of sponsorship, just raise what you can!

Use your ballot place to save babies lives:

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“I enjoyed every step (well except mile 11!) It was such a brilliant run but probably one of the hardest things I've ever done. The support was amazing. I loved running down the mall towards Buckingham Palace at mile 5!" - Rachel

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