Returning for it’s 10th year, the Yorkshire Marathon Festival is set to host it’s biggest and best run.
Established as one of the UK’s most popular marathons, 2023 is sure to be an outstanding event that newbie and experience runners won’t want to miss out on.
This popular and picturesque run, with fantastic PB potential, takes participants past some of York’s splendid historic sites and along scenic country lanes, making it an attractive prospect for runners of all abilities.
Described by the Daily Mirror as the ‘Number 1 Alternative to London’, the Guardian also rated it as a perfect run to ‘nail your PB!’
If a marathon isn’t for you, then the festival also offers the Yorkshire 10 miler!
How to register
Complete our enquiry form below to express your interest and a member of our team will be in touch!
For more information about the event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Perks of being a Roy’s Runner:
- An invitation to our closed Facebook group. Our Roy’s Runners share their journeys, tips and advice. They offer motivation & encouragement when it’s needed most. This group really is a friendly and heart-warming community.
- A Roy’s Runners running vest and running buff to represent Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation during training or race day itself.
- Fundraising advice & support.
- Certificate of appreciation with an extra special Roy’s Runners medal.
Our sporting events team will be there every step of the way for the Yorkshire Marathon and Yorkshire 10 Miler with fundraising tips, suggestions, and regular contact to help you reach your fundraising target and have the best running experience.
Got your own place?
If you’re lucky enough to secure your own place and would like to run for Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, we would love to have you on board!
For more information, please contact email@example.com and a member of the fundraising team will be in touch.
Why run the Yorkshire Marathon for Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation?
- We are the only lung cancer charity in the UK dedicated to helping everyone affected by lung cancer.
- Lung cancer is a disease that, despite what many may think, can affect anyone.
- It is the UK’s biggest cancer killer, with over 36,000 dying from lung cancer every year. It kills more people than breast, prostate and pancreatic cancer combined, and more women than breast and ovarian cancer combined.
- It is our mission to ensure everyone diagnosed with lung cancer can live well with the disease for as long as possible.