Vitality London 10,000

Running

Event Type:Running

Distance

Distance:10K

Registration Fee

Registration fee:£30

Minimum sponsorship

Minimum sponsorship:As much as you can

Event date

Event date:25th May 2020

Run the Vitality London 10,000 as part of our #WishHero team and together, we'll create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.

About the event

The Vitality London 10,000 is the capital’s most inspiring 10K. 

The race, which celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2018, features a spectacular route in central London that starts on The Mall and finishes in front of Buckingham Palace. You'll pass many of London’s famous sights including Nelson’s Column, St Paul’s Cathedral, the Bank of England and Westminster Abbey. 

Whether you're looking to take part in your first ever event, or simply want an inspiring new route then the Vitality London 10,000 is for you. 

Entry Options

Registrations for the 2020 #WishHero team are now open!

Charity Place

Join the team today for just £30, and there's no minimum fundraising target. Click here to sign up and raise as much as you can!

Own Place

If you have already purchased your place directly with the event organisers, you can still choose to run in aid of Make-A-Wish. Sign up with our own place registration here and raise as much as you want!

How we'll support you

  • A free Make-A-Wish running top
  • Access to our online training hub; for training, injury and nutritional advice
  • Support emails and lots of running tips
  • Digital fundraising pack, sponsorship forms and all the materials you may require
  • Dedicated member of the Events Team to help with any queries

"The Vitality London 10,000 was really emotional for me as it was my first ever run. It was a great day and I absolutely loved the whole experience."

Michael, First Time Runner

Why run for Make-A-Wish UK?

By becoming a #WishHero in the Vitality London 10,000, you'll be helping to transform the lives of children like Liam, whose London-inspired One True Wish was to be a guard at Buckingham Palace.