Royal Parks Half Marathon
- Sunday 10 October 2021
- 13.1 miles
London's Royal Parks are yours for the taking this October. You'll join 16,000 other runners on the start-line at the UK's most beautiful half marathon.
Your Royal Parks Half experience
Starting and ending in Hyde Park, you'll follow a gorgeous route through 4 of London's leafy royal parks. You can also get some sight-seeing done as you pass some of London's most famous landmarks including Buckingham Palace, the Royal Albert Hall and Trafalgar Square.
The Royal Parks Half Marathon welcomes the use of manually propelled wheelchairs, however places are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis. All wheelchair entrants are started at the back of their wave.
Accompanying assistants can be facilitated if required.
If the Royal Parks Half Marathon is unable to go ahead in October and we've already confirmed your place on #TeamScope, we will ensure your place is rolled over to a future year.
David, Team Scope runner Royal Parks 2018
I must say the Royal Parks Half is one of the best races I've ever done. Thanks to all at Scope for the amazing support and brilliant organisation!
Team Scope perks
Free technical running vest to help you look the part
Expert fundraising support from our Scope Events Team to make reaching your fundraising target easy and fun
Training plans to suit every level so you can train your way to half marathon success
The loudest cheers along the route from our on the day cheer squad
A warm welcome and free refreshments at our charity marquee in the festival village once you've crossed the finish line
The difference you can make
By signing up to the Royal Parks Half with Scope, you'll be raising vital funds to help us end inequality for disabled people.
The pandemic has been difficult for everyone, but for disabled people its exacerbated existing barriers and exposed many new issues, leaving more and more disabled people feeling isolated and forgotten.
£25 could cover the cost of providing advice from a trained professional on our online community.
£75 could go towards our parent support services, giving parents of disabled children practical, tailored advice on a range of topics.
£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.