The Vitality Bath Half Marathon is one of the longest established and most popular city centre road events in the UK. It is also the largest charity fundraising event in the South West region, raising over £2 million for charity last year alone.
|Event Date||12 March 2017|
|Register by||3 February 2017|
It is a fast, flat course suitable for all abilities and with great PB potential and huge support all around the city. It covers a two lap 13.1 mile (21.1km) traffic-free course straddling both sides of the River Avon. The race starts and finishes in Great Pulteney Street, in the heart of the World Heritage City of Bath. There is also a 1 mile Family Fun Run - perfect for all the family.
Can you raise a minimum of £175? By running for us this year you will:
Registration is now open
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01225 743 608. We’d love you to be part of the team.
“What a great day - the Jamie's Farm team provided great support to the runners, and it's fantastic to be able to support such an impactful charity.”
Steve, 2016 runner
“That was my first Half Marathon ever, I'm proud to have done it for such a good cause!”
Anonymous, 2016 runner
“It was such a great weekend and you guys were amazing. The food was delicious, the accommodation was really homely and the organisation was spot on. Will definitely recommend it to others and will come back next year. Thank you so much! Legends.”
Victoria, 2016 runner
Set up a Just Giving fundraising page here and raise money online - it’s the most effective way!
We will have a marquee at the Runners Village, complete with post-race masseurs, and update you on where our noisy cheer points will be around the course for your friends and family to join. To celebrate your success we have also organised a post-race after-party at the Cork Bar in Bath. The more the merrier!
Map pinpointing the start:
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“Jamie’s Farm literally changed my whole school career. You showed me a new look at life, and helped me reflect on myself, my family and my school”
Richard, 15, London.
“The impact Jamie’s Farm has had on the students and on the rest of their year group is immense…It really is money well invested”
Dame Sally Coates, Director of Academies South for United Learning Trust.