- When Sunday 19 April 2020
- Where Brighton, East Sussex
- Type Runs
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If you've already signed up for Brighton Marathon 2020 and want to fundraise for us, fill in our online form and we'll support you all the way!
The Brighton Marathon starts with a loop of gorgeous Preston Park, and then takes in the best of the city centre including the Brighton Pavilion and fabulous stretches of coastal road overlooking spectacular sea views.
You’ll be able to take in some fantastic panoramic views where the glorious South Downs meet the English Channel. With its challenging course the Brighton Marathon remains a popular event in the running calendar.
If you already have your own place through the event organisers then we would love to welcome you to our team. Please complete our online form and we’ll send you everything you need to get started with your fundraising.
Join Team Now
You’ll not only get your very own Breast Cancer Now technical running vest, but access to our exclusive online Training Zone, plus the complete support of our experienced Challenge Events team and a fundraising pack with everything you’ll need to raise money.
You’ll also get an invitation to join our exclusive running team Facebook group, so you can chat to your fellow runners to share training tips and words of encouragement.
And you won’t be on your own on the day either. We’ll be there at our cheerpoints to scream, shout and cheer you on during the run and provide cheer sticks for your friends and family too, so they can do the same.
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What supporters say
I watched my wife Caron bravely battle breast cancer, running the marathon was nothing compared to what she endured. Her bravery got me through the tough, last few miles.
I have done several runs for different charities but have been made to feel the most welcome here. I would definitely recommend Breast Cancer Now as a charity to run for.
Running for Breast Cancer Now gave me the determination to reach the end!
Read our blog
Need some more inspiration? Angela tells us why she decided to run the Brighton Marathon for Breast Cancer Now in our guest blog.
Volunteer on the day
You don't have to be a runner to get involved. Become a Breast Cancer Now volunteer and help out on the day — apply to be a volunteer today.
Location, venue and travel
The starting venue