Seven incredible runners completed the London Marathon on 23rd April 2017 in aid of Teens Unite to support the charity’s work in bringing young people diagnosed with cancer together.

Amongst the seven runners was one of the young people supported by Teens Unite, along with local residents Jack Smits- Broxbourne and Steve Pilcher- Hoddesdon. Collectively, the seven runners raised a staggering amount of £21,150.

If you have been inspired by all of those completing the London Marathon, spaces for Teens Unite’s next running event; the British 10k London Run are now open.

Taking place on Sunday 9th July 2017, the British 10k London Run takes you through the streets of the capital, passing some of the most iconic landmarks along the way. It’s the fastest way to tour central London as you make your way from Piccadilly to Whitehall with a route that races past Regent Street, Trafalgar Square, the Embankment, Westminster Bridge and Westminster Abbey. 

Debbie Pezzani, CEO and Founder, Teens Unite has said: “If you’ve been inspired by the London Marathon to start running and get fit, the British 10k London Run gives you an achievable target to aim for. It’s a great challenge to take on with family, friends and colleagues, whilst raising money for a great cause in the process.”

If you would like to represent Teens Unite in the British 10k London Run, email challenges@teensunite.orgor call 01992 440091.

The costs to participate are a £40 non-refundable deposit and £100 minimum sponsorship.