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Be a half marathon hero on Sunday 23 Feb. Entries are closed, but if you have your own place you can still make a real difference to the lives of local families in Worthing area with Team St Barnabas!
Starting and finishing on Madeira Drive, the Brighton Half Marathon is a beautiful seafront course taking in the best sights the city has to offer. From the stunning Brighton Pavilion and famous Brighton Pier, to the fabulous coastal roads of Ovingdean Cliffs and Hove Lagoon.
If you have your own place for the Brighton Half Marathon 2020, you can still join Team St Barnabas and use your run to make a huge difference in the lives of families in the Worthing area.
Keep watching this space too, as entries for Brighton Half Marathon 2021 will open straight after this year’s race day!
The Brighton Half Marathon 2020 takes place on Sunday 23 February at 9:00am, starting and finishing along Madeira Drive. Download the Brighton Half Marathon 2020 Race Guide here.
Your race pack and race number will be posted out to you after you’ve registered.
Find more information about parking, travel, shuttle buses, bag-drops, toilet locations and water stops in 2020 on the Brighton Half Marathon website.
Results and timings for 2019 can be found on the Brighton Half Marathon website and will be posted on race day for 2020.
The Brighton Half Marathon start line and finish line is alongside the Event Village on Madeira Drive. View the 2020 route map below.
Road closures start at 8:15am and continue until approx 1:30pm. View 2020 road closures on the Brighton Half Marathon website.
Find all the answers to your 2020 race day questions on the Brighton Half Marathon FAQs page.
Here is how your support makes a huge difference to the lives of people and their families in Worthing the the surrounding area…
• Your £148 means a whole day of care for a patient, providing their carer with some much needed respite.
• Your £181 means a whole night’s care for a patient, allowing their carer to benefit from a good night’s sleep.
• Your £250 means bereaved families can join a social evening to meet with others who have suffered a loss and gain support from their peers.
• Your £363 means a whole hour of all care services can be given at St Barnabas House.
• Your £390 means a whole day of our Outpatients service can be given to patients.
Our events just wouldn’t work without our team of amazing and dedicated volunteers. You can help with marshalling, parking, bag drops, medal giving, and be part of the race day cheer squad.