Location:
Brighton

Cost to take part:
£20 (normally £40 for standard entry)

Fundraising pledge:
£200

Distance:
10k

About the event

Soak in the Brighton Marathon Weekend atmosphere with the BM10K!

The 10K sets off ahead of the Brighton Marathon, and runners experience the best of both worlds as the route takes in the iconic city sights before a stunning seafront finish. The flat course makes this the perfect event for all runners, from beginners to those chasing a PB.

Standard entry costs £39.99, but if you run for Grace Eyre it’ll only cost you £20 and a pledge to raise a minimum of £200.

Sign up today using the form below or if you have any questions, please contact Sam Palk spalk@grace-eyre.org and/or share with any runners who you think might be interested.

Registration deadline: 16.00, Thursday 21st March.

Fancy even more of a challenge? We’ve also got places available for the full marathon distance. Standard entry for the marathon is now sold out, so running for charity is the only way to take part.

We also have places available in the London to Brighton Cycle Ride in September – take a look if you’re interested in riding for Grace Eyre.

Join #TeamGraceEyre!

What you get

  • A place in the BM10K
  • Grace Eyre running top
  • Grace Eyre water bottle
  • Dedicated fundraising support from our Community Fundraiser, Sam and the rest of the fundraising team
  • Cheer spot on the home straight for family and friends
  • Finisher’s goody bag and a hero’s welcome on the seafront!

How to join

Please register via the form below. You will need your debit/credit card to pay the £20 registration fee.

10K 2024 Registration Form
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