Edinburgh Marathon Festival 2021

Sat 29th May 2021 - Sun 30th May 2021
Edinburgh

Entries are OPEN for the Edinburgh Marathon Festival 2021! Join #TeamRMHCUK and with 11 races taking in some of Edinburgh’s most iconic landmarks, there is something for everyone!

Date

Sat 29th May 2021 - Sun 30th May 2021

Location

Edinburgh

Join #TeamRMHCUK at Scotland’s BIGGEST running festival!

The Edinburgh Marathon Festival is now in its 19th year and takes place on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th May 2021. This ever-growing festival of running is now a major event in the Scottish sporting calendar. Starting in Edinburgh, the course heads out through East Lothian offering stunning views and an unforgettable running experience.

#TeamRMHCUK have charity places available in all race routes including the Marathon (voted the fastest marathon in the UK), Half Marathon, Relay, 10K, 5K and Junior Races, and would love for you to join us at this iconic event.

As a member of the Ronald McDonald House Charities team, you can expect to receive one-to-one support from our dedicated Challenge Events Team, a fundraising pack filled with top tips and tricks, and a technical top to wear with pride on race day.

Charity Places for the Edinburgh Marathon Festival

Marathon – £550 minimum fundraising with £20* registration

Half – £300 minimum fundraising with £15* registration

10K – £150 minimum fundraising with £10* registration

5K – £50 minimum fundraising with £5* registration

Junior – Set your own target and FREE registration

*Please note: registration fees are non-refundable.

To register for your place, please click the booking link and choose your race distance. Once complete, we will receive your details and will be in touch with further information.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

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Sat 29th May 2021 - Sun 30th May 2021

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