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Vitality 10,000 London 2019

27th May

  • 27/05/2019 - 27/05/2019
  • Run
  • London

Vitality 10,000 London 2019

27th May

  • 27/05/2019 - 27/05/2019
  • Run
  • London

When?

27/05/2019

Where?

London

What?

Run

Whether your goal is to run your first 10K, take on a challenge with friends or to go for a new personal best, why not make today the day you sign up for the Vitality London 10,000. The Vitality London 10,000 is London’s most inspiring 10K race and features a spectacular route in the heart of the capital, starting on The Mall and finishing in front of Buckingham Palace.

Date: Monday 27 May 2019
Registration fee: FREE
Fundraising target £50

Register now

Every finisher receives a first-class medal, souvenir New Balance tech T-shirt and free massage at the Vitality Wellness Festival in Green Park after the race.

Why not join #TeamHDH and raise money to help local terminally ill children who visit our hospice for respite and end-of-life care.

This event is not organised by Helen & Douglas House and therefore registration fees do not go to the hospice, it is only your fundraising that will support Helen & Douglas House. If you have any questions in regards to the event itself then please contact the organiser, details can be found on their website.

Why should you put on your running shoes for Helen & Douglas House?

Your participation in Vitality 10,000 London is going to make a real difference to local terminally ill children and their families. It costs £3 million a year to run our hospice and provide our outreach nursing service to help families at home and we cannot do this without your help.

Josh experienced brain trauma at birth causing cerebral palsy. At our hospice, he and his family are able to find free of charge round-the-clock care in a warm, loving environment.

‘Coming to Helen House has made all the difference in the world to Josh and us as a family. Josh loves it there but more than that; by helping us as parents and giving us respite, advice, emotional support and medical guidance, we are so much better able to care for Josh.’ said Clare, Josh’s Mum