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London Landmarks Half Marathon

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The half marathon starts on Pall Mall and winds its way around some of the most iconic sights of the capital. All the roads will be closed as over 13,000 runners pound their way around a course that takes in St Paul’s Cathedral, Bank of England, The Gherkin, Tower of London and back along the Embankment past the London Eye to the finish line outside Downing Street.

 

If you are (or know) a runner that would like to fundraise for us, signup here.

 

Every Addison’s runner will get free entry to the race, an ADSHG T-Shirt plus a box of ADSHG fundraising swag. For the fastest overall time in our team, we’ll also be awarding a special prize – one for ladies and one for men. And there’ll be an extra special prize for the person who raises the most money for our charity by the end of April.

 

So, what are you waiting for? Get involved!

 

It’s going to be an amazing day – and everyone can get involved! And you don’t have to be able to run, to help….

 

We’ll be assembling a group of ADSHG supporters to cheer on our team, raise awareness with spectators and raise some funds on the day. So if you fancy a day out to cheer on our team & make some new friends just come along – we’d love to see you there! Just save the date - Sunday 24th March 2019 in Central London.

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The Addison’s Disease Self-Help Group is the support group for people with Addison’s disease or adrenal insufficiency and their families in the UK and Ireland.The group was formed in 1984 and is a UK registered charity no. 1179825.

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