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24th June 2022

TSC Virtual London Marathon

The TSC Virtual London Marathon is back on Sunday 2nd October 2022 and you have the chance to be part of it whilst supporting your local hospice! It doesn’t matter whether you are a seasoned runner or a complete beginner; anyone can take part and you can do the marathon at your own pace.

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So, if you’re up for setting yourself a new fitness goal this year, then why not sign up for the world’s biggest marathon and run your 26.2 miles in aid of a good cause?

By taking part and joining #TeamStHelena your registration fee to enter will be completely free and you will still receive an official medal and finisher’s T-shirt for your participation. All we ask is that you raise sponsorship for St Helena Hospice to help local people across north east Essex facing incurable illness and bereavement.

Even better, taking part in the virtual marathon means you can complete the marathon in your own way and in your own time! You can walk, run or jog and you have a whole 24 hours to complete the 26.2 mile distance, so you can stop and start as many times as you need to throughout the day or, if you’re up for the challenge, complete it all in one go.

There are many benefits of taking part in the TSC Virtual London Marathon including:

  • You can choose your own route
  • Take part wherever you are in the world
  • You do not need to travel to London, and navigate the crowds, or pay accommodation costs
  • Your friends and family can join in or come out and support you along the way
  • You will still receive an official medal and finisher’s T-shirt for completing the distance

Sign up is now open

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Your fundraising makes a huge difference to the lives of others in your local community and allows us to provide vital care and support to patients and their families when and where they need it, at the most difficult time in their lives.

We are nothing without you – so we thank you!

Click here to sign up today and we’ll be in touch with more information.


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