October 14, 2018
Whether you're a new runner or you've got hundreds of miles under your belt, this fantastic marathon route through the England's second city will be filled with musical entertainment, charity cheer buses and thousands of spectators cheering your name.
The 26.2-mile event will start at Alexander Stadium, the home of British Athletics. The course will take in a number of the city’s most iconic landmarks before finishing in the city centre.
The atmosphere in Birmingham is second to none, so why not come and run for fun, for fitness or to raise money for our good cause?
Whether it's for the challenge, for charity, or just for the fun of it, the event, which will be staged on the same day as the well-established Great Birmingham Run half marathon, will be a notable occasion on the athletics calendar.
If you have already set up an online fundraising page using one of the many giving platforms ie JustGiving/MyBT Donate/Virgin Money, we will receive the money you raise automatically.
If you’ve organised a fundraising activity or taken part in fundraising either at work or with friends and family, your money really will help save lives.
You can pay in your funds directly via an electronic funds transfer, using our account details below. Please let us know when you do this so we can send you a well earned ‘Thank You’.
Account name: United Kingdom Sepsis Trust Ltd
Bank: CAF Bank (Charities Aid Foundation)
Sort code: 40-52-40
Account number: 00024362
If you have raised money using the sponsorship form in your pack, you can pay in your money by phone using your debit/credit card – call us on 0800 389 6255.
Alternatively send us a cheque made payable to “The UK Sepsis Trust” with your “Money Return Form” to The UK Sepsis Trust Limited, 2nd Floor, Bennetts Hill, Birmingham, B2 5SN. If you are a UK taxpayer, the value of your donation can increase by at least 25% under the Gift Aid scheme – at no additional cost to you! Please fill in the “Gift Aid declaration” and then post it to us along with your “Money Return Form”.