The London 10,000 starts and finishes in St James’s Park and uses Green Park as its assembly area
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The London 10,000 includes many of London’s famous sights.
Runners will pass Admiralty Arch, Nelson’s Column, St Paul’s Cathedral, Mansion House, Bank of England, Leadenhall Market, The Monument, Millennium Bridge, Tate Gallery, Cleopatra’s Needle, London Eye, Big Ben, Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey. It is also hoped that Buckingham Palace will act as the backdrop for both the start and finish.
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I want to find out more about this event
How can I take part?
Whether you want to sign up to the challenge as a run or jog, you can sign up to the challenge as an individual and you will have support every step of the way, or with a team of friends, family, or colleagues. If you haven’t already got your place booked, visit BUPA London 10,000 to register.
How will you support me?
We want your fundraising to be as fun and easy as possible and are here to help you as much as we can. We are here to provide unlimited support, encouragement and advice throughout your training and before the challenge. Read more about how we will support your running challenge.
Where can I collect money?
Charity fundraising websites such as JustGiving or Virgin Money Giving are really quick to set up, and donations that are made through your page will come directly to us. Click on any of the links below to create your own customisable page and set your fundraising target. For any money that your collect offline, there are various ways that you can pay it in - find out how.
Paper sponsorship forms are a great way of collecting cash donations. If you feel that most of your money raised will come in this way, then request a sponsorship form from our fundraising team. There are several ways you can send your money to us - find out how.
How can I raise money?
Social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter are great ways to get out your fundraising challenge to your friends and family. If you’re fundraising online, how about using Facebook to share your fundraising page link, Twitter to update on your training progress or Instragram to capture those challenging early starts and the excitement on the day? Make sure to be persistent with asking for donations — try posting at different times of the day, and just before and after your fundraising event.
Your workplace or school are ideal places to raise money. Let your colleagues or classmates know about your fundraising challenge, put up posters of you training and talk about our charity. Cake sales always go down a treat — get baking and make sure to bring a sponsorship form along to work with you.
Your local club or sports centre are other great places to promote your fundraising event and raise money. Take along a sponsorship form and tell your group about what you’re getting up to. Consider putting up posters of you training or bring along some cakes to sell — although try not to bring out any confectionary just before a sports class!
How do I train for this event?
Running training requires lots of hard work and mental toughness, as well as things like the right kit, but it will be worth all the effort in the end. The better prepared and fitter you are, the more you will get out of your running challenge on the day. Read our top 10 tips on running training.