Run the Hackney Half Marathon for the BMA

Fancy doing something challenging and fun whilst also raising money for a great cause? Promised yourself you’d get your running shoes on this year and try and beat that personal best?

What better way to do both these things than run for the Bhopal Medical Appeal in the Hackney Half Marathon!

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The Vitality Run Hackney Half Marathon is returning for its second year on Sunday May 10th, 2015. Following the successful debut race in 2014 – which saw 12,500 runners signing up in a matter of weeks, places for this year’s run are expected to go fast.

The Vitality Run Hackney Half Marathon is a friendly, flat DSCF3051-484x363and fast course that runs through the heart of east London. The route shows off the very best of the borough’s beautiful green spaces. Starting and finishing at Hackney Marshes, the closed-roads course will once again pass by some of Hackney’s best kept parks and key landmarks, including the world-famous Hackney Empire as well as a new and improved route through the iconic Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Hackney half map

 

 

This is a race for runners of all ages and abilities: from elite international athletes to first-time runners. So whether you’re looking for a goal to help you get fit, a challenge to raise money for charity, a PB on the fast course or simply to have fun as you run, the Vitality Run Hackney Half Marathon is a great race.

If you’d like to run the Hackney half for the Bhopal Medical Appeal. Please contact us here.

For more information on fundraising and setting up a JustGiving page click here.

Fancy running in other events for the BMA. Check our Challenge Events page for runs where we have spaces. Even if you want to run in a race that we don’t have space sin you cans till fundraise for us. Please let us know. We would love to hear from you!

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We believe Dow & DuPont must finally accept responsibility for Bhopal. Until then, The Bhopal Medical Appeal funds two award-winning clinics in the city. Both offer free, first-class care to victims of the gas disaster or the ongoing water contamination. The survivors have nowhere else left to turn – please help if you can.