Challenge Events

Whether you’re looking for an event to have some fun with, have a fitness goal, or perhaps you just want to fundraise-we’d love you to do a challenge for us!
1) Choose a challenge event.  You may want to do this by yourself or with some of your friends.
2) Email us here to let us know what event you would like and we can let you know if we have any subsidised tickets
3) Set up your page up with JustGiving

Richmond RunFest 10k

14 SEPT 2024

Run the UK’s most beautiful & flattest 10k run inside the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew. A favourite with our fundraisers. You can walk this if you are not a runner!

Surrey & Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

APRIL & OCT 2024

Taking in three hills, this classic 23-mile (37km) round trip route can be done in Yorkshire or in Surrey.

Richmond Marathon

15 SEPT 2024

The Richmond Marathon starts within the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, running through Hampton Court Palace. Tour the gardens before passing Ham House, Richmond Green, Teddington Lock, Kingston Riverside.

Thames Path Walk

14 – 15 SEPT 2024

Join over 3000 adventurers at Putney Bridge for a walk upstream to Henley along the famous Towpath. It’s through Richmond, Hampton Court, Runnymede, and Windsor, 25km, 50km or 100km options. When signing up, select Option 1 – Self Funding.

London Landmarks Half Marathon

7th APRIL 2024

Possibly London’s most fun run through the best of our capital city – all standards welcome. We have one ticket left!

Hampton Court Palace 10k

24 MARCH 2024

The Palace Half is a flat and picturesque course that starts and finishes inside Hampton Court Palace. Running at this historic venue offers not only a perfect opportunity to run a personal best but to visit and run inside one of the UK’s major tourist attractions.

13 OCTOBER 2024

The race is organised by the Stragglers Running Club and is almost as old as London Marathon. It is one of the flattest, most scenic, 10-mile races in the country run on roads and towpaths and is popular with runners of all standards including elite and fast club runners. The route crosses the Thames at Kingston Bridge and Richmond Bridge, runs along the Riverside to finish on the drive in front of the York House Civic Building in Twickenham. NOT YET OPEN FOR BOOKING