Date: Sunday, 8 October 2023
Timing: 9am to 5pm
Location: Hyde Park, London
Event distance: 13.1 miles
Registration Fee: £50
Fundraising target: £400
This stunning central London Half Marathon takes in some of the capital's world-famous landmarks on closed roads and four of London's eight Royal Parks - Hyde Park, The Green Park, St James's Park and Kensington Gardens.
Starting and finishing in Hyde Park, this is the perfect setting for this fun and nature bound run.
We love our team of runners. We appreciate what it means to run for a cause. You deserve VIP treatment, and we will treat you in an exceptional way.
We guarantee you a place at the Royal Parks Half Marathon.
Resource Pack for your digital fundraising (pictures, SM posts, Just Giving banners and video case study).
Our fundraising pack to help you achieve your target Runners pack including runners t-shirt.
WhatsApp group to meet fellow runners and share tips.
Muntada Aid squads to keep you motivated during the event.
At this year’s Royal Parks Half Marathon, we will supporting children suffering from the life threating Congenital Heart Defects. Your fundraising efforts will help us provide free treatment to children from underprivileged backgrounds in Africa and Asia.
You can find all your fundraising resource pack, pictures, videos and ideas at the bottom of this page.
The programme was first launched in 2012, and in the last nine years, the mission has travelled to nine different countries carrying out over 25,00 operations and interventions.
Muntada Aid's Little Hearts project provides free life-saving heart surgeries to babies and children with Congenital Heart Defects from underprivileged families irrespective of gender, race or religion.
A small donation from you can go a long way in securing a child's life.
This Programme is ZAKAT Eligible.
Each participant is requested to raise a minimum of
£300 for our Little Hearts project. Please click the below
Just Giving link and create your own page using
our Resources pack. For more details,
please email Parbena Khanom at