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Brighton Marathon 2020
- 20th September 2020
The Brighton Marathon 2020 is postponed from 19 April until Sunday 20 September 2020. Please refer to the Brighton Marathon website for further updates. All runners currently registered will be able to take part in September. We will be in touch with more information in due course.
Take on this marathon challenge in one of the UK’s most beautiful coastal cities.
We have 8 ECHO spaces for the Brighton Marathon 2020!
We are really grateful for the support of everyone who choose to run in any type of event for ECHO and raise money – the reality is we receive no government or NHS funding to carry out our work and we therefore do need to raise money in order to continue supporting heart families.
If you are interested in applying for a charity ECHO space in the 2019 Brighton Marathon please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you already have a ballot place and would like to run on behalf of ECHO we’d be delighted to welcome you to our team, please just get in touch.
By running for ECHO, you will receive the following support and perks:
- A personalised ECHO running t shirt
- Fun tools and tips to help with your fundraising, including a pack in the post
- Training advice from our 2018 runners
- A friendly team here to support you all the way
Sponsorship target: £500
If you have already taken part in the Brighton Marathon or if you are unable to secure a place why not get in touch with us to find out about the other iconic marathons and races that you can take part in for ECHO?
From 5k colour runs to marathons across the UK and the rest of the world we can support you in your challenge while you support children with heart disease and their families: contact us to find out more
Volunteer on the day
You can help by cheering on our runners, taking photos and bringing lots of enthusiasm! Please complete our short online form to enquire about volunteering.
ECHO does a great job of supporting families through difficult times, and I was surprised to find out that they don’t receive any NHS or government funding, so I’m really hoping that my run will help to raise some money and awareness for ECHO.Ian, ECHO Brighton Marathon runner 2019