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The Brighton Half Marathon 2021 has been postponed to Sunday 10 October, meaning there’s still a chance you can run for Team St Barnabas and support your local hospice.
You may have had to wait a little longer, but one of the best half marathons in the south is back on Sunday 10 October! Time to feel the start line butterflies again and show off that extra training.
Brighton Half have ‘COVID guidance for race day’ details on their website, including what to expect on the day and what to do pre event. We have our own COVID promise too.
If you have your place, think about using it you can to help make local hospice care possible – now and in the future!
Your support means local families who know they don’t have long together have the chance to live life to the full and say goodbye in the way that is right for them.
Missed out on Brighton Half 2021, you can join Team St Barnabas for 2022…the run is back at its normal February slot. Register your place today for Brighton Half 2022.
With the postponement of the Brighton Half, that means even more time to give your fundraising and training that extra boost…and we’re here to help you every step of the way.
Tel: 01903 706354
With an amazing seaside backdrop, Brighton is home to one of the best half marathons in the UK
Starting along Madeira Driver, the Brighton Half Marathon takes in the vibrant streets of the city, the scenery of Brighton Marina and Hove Gardens, and Brighton’s stunning seafront as you head to the finish.
£15 – Buys art supplies, giving patients the chance to express themselves creatively.
£25 – Means a patient can receive a vital blood transfusion at the hospice rather than having to visit hospital.
£50 – Pays for a session with the Family Services Team, giving patients and families time to talk.
£100 – Your donation could give someone the chance to spend the day at the hospice, taking part in activities and enjoying peer support from people in a similar situation.
£150 – Provides a day of care for someone at home, giving loved ones the chance to take a much-needed break