- Sunday 5 April 2020
- 26.2 miles
Your Manchester Marathon experience
Starting under the White City Arch, with the world famous backdrop of Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium, the closed road route passes some of Manchester’s most iconic landmarks. And new for 2020, the route now takes in a 3 mile loop of the city centre, showcasing the Manchester Opera House, Spinningfields and the Albert Memorial Hall. You'll be cheered along the whole way by the thousands of spectators, bringing all the northern spirit!
- Go solo: think you've got the 26.2 miles in the bag? Great! Sign up now and take on the challenge.
- Join a relay: If 26.2 miles sounds a little too daunting, why not team up and cover the distance between you? There are both 2 and 4 person relay options. Each member of the relay team will receive a chunky medal at the finish line.
Team Scope runner 2018
I am so glad I picked Scope. I got fantastic emails and calls once I had signed up full of encouragement and thanks. I had an overall fantastic experience in my first ever charity fundraising event.
Team Scope perks
Free technical running vest (made from recycled plastic) to help you look the part
Expert fundraising support from our Scope Events Team to make reaching the fundraising target easy and fun
Training plans to suit your level so you can train your way to marathon success
The difference you can make
By signing up to the Manchester Marathon with Scope, you'll be raising vital funds to help us end inequality for disabled people.
We know that nearly half of disabled people feel excluded from society. Scope works tirelessly to campaign for change so that disabled people and their families can enjoy equality and fairness in their everyday lives.
£65 could pay for one week of support for a disabled person to access our Starting Line service; a pre-employment training programme for disabled people at the start of the journey into work.
£280 could enable a disabled volunteer to inspire 40 school students to be positive about disability at a Role Models session.
£450 could cover the cost of 50 phone calls to the Scope Helpline, providing free, independent and impartial advice and support on issues that matter to disabled people and their families.
Caller to the Scope Helpline
I can honestly say that I don’t think I could have coped had it not been for the Helpline. They have given me so much time and support through all my difficulties and battles.