Join the CLIC Sargent running team at Reading Half Marathon and help us support children and young people with cancer, and their families.
This is a fast, flat course that winds through the Reading city centre.
Runners start in Green Park and wind their way round the streets past the Oracle complex and through the university grounds.
The event is well supported by the people of Reading who create an electric atmosphere throughout the event. Runners finish in the iconic Madejski Stadium to a warm welcome from the crowds.
Looking for a place
Join the CLIC Sargent running team for this event and help us support children and young people with cancer, and their families.
We have a number of guaranteed places for the Vitality Reading Half Marathon 2015.
Registration fee for this event is currently just £10 and we ask that you raise a minimum sponsorship of £175 for CLIC Sargent.
Already got a place
Join our team for the Reading Half Marathon and help support children and young people with cancer.
We don't ask you to raise a minimum amount if you've got your own place, we simply ask that you raise as much as you can in support of children and young people with cancer. Find out how your money can help.
Join our team
Join our Reading Half Marathon team and our award winning Running Events team will support you through your training and fundraising from the minute you sign up, to race day and beyond.
- Training plans, training guides and 12 months VIP membership to exclusive training platform RunLounge
- On-going expert advice from Nick and the team at Runningwithus to support your running journey
- CLIC Sargent running vest
- Fundraising pack
- The loudest of cheers on race day and much, much more.
Volunteer at the event
We are looking for volunteers to cheer on our amazing runners on race day. All you need is enthusiasm and a loud cheer!
If you would like some more information about volunteering at this event, please contact our Running Events team on: 0845 602 4770 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go the extra mile for children and young people with cancer.