How you can help Ways you can help Fundraising Events London Landmarks Half Marathon Taking part for Prior’s Court – we need your help! London Landmarks Half Marathon (LLHM) is an exciting fundraising event, organised for charities, with the aim to raise much needed funds for as many charities as possible. The event is not your average half marathon! From cultural landmarks and heritage to the city’s quirky and hidden secrets, Prior’s Court runners will get to explore the capital on a route like no other! This is our first year of taking part and the race just happens to fall on World Autism Acceptance Day - so we want to make as big a splash as we can! As well as helping to change the lives of the young people with complex autism in our care, there are some great benefits to joining our team for the London Landmarks Half Marathon 2023. Unite with us and we will support you through every step of your journey. Register your interest here. An iconic start: The race starts on the iconic Pall Mall alongside the famous Trafalgar Square. Along the route: Runners will pass some of the Capital’s most iconic landmarks including St Paul’s Cathedral, Nelson’s Column, and the Tower of London, along with some of its quirky and hidden secrets. A Stately Finish: Runners will be rewarded with a stately finish on Whitehall just outside Downing Street. We can’t promise that the Prime Minister will be there to greet everyone! But we can promise an outstanding finish line with views of London’s must-see icons Big Ben and the London Eye to receive your collectible medal for 2023. By joining our team, you will receive: An e-support pack with fundraising help and materials A free Prior’s Court running top to wear on event and for training A dedicated person from our fundraising team to support and help you achieve your fundraising target Contact us If you have any other questions about this event, please get in touch with Aimée Hoyle, Fundraising Assistant, on 01635 247202 or email: [email protected] Fundraising for Team Prior’s Court We know that fundraising can be just as challenging as running a half marathon, but our friendly and dedicated team will be on hand to help. When the places are confirmed, you will be sent an e-fundraising pack which will give you all the info you need to get going and then Aimée Hoyle, Fundraising Assistant, your dedicated fundraising team contact, will be in touch with more support, ideas, and help. If you are ready to sign up, help us raise funds for our young people and be a part of Team Prior’s Court London Landmarks Half Marathon 2023 please fill in our application form! Please read our Terms and conditions for all runners which can be found here. FAQs Do I have to pay for my place? The registration fee is £30, and Prior’s Court will pay for the remaining amount (£110) of your place. We ask that you can commit to raising £500. (With our help every step of the way!) When will I find out if I have been successful? We will run a ballot to select our five runners and will notify everyone of the outcome by the 2nd week of September at the latest. What support will I received? Support will be available from your dedicated fundraising team member who will look after runners throughout the whole journey and be there to cheer you on at our cheer station on the day. Your e-support pack will be sent to you with lots of links to fundraising ideas and resources to help you fundraise. Check out the London Landmarks Half Marathon’s own fundraising tips. Is there an age restriction? All runners must be aged 17 or over on the day of the race (2nd April 2023) What level of runner do I need to be? Any runners can take part and with plenty of time to train even those starting out could achieve this. The only stipulation is that all runners must finish within four hours of the starting time. How do I collect money from fundraising? All funds raised needs to go through JustGiving, if you have cash from a collection or event this can be banked and then added to your JustGiving page. We will help you to set your page up and link it to Prior’s Court Foundation.