TCS London Marathon 2022


Sunday, 2 October 2022

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Fundraise pledge

Set your own target with your ballot place

Join our team and take on the UK’s most iconic marathon!

With 50,000 runners taking to the streets and thousands of spectators shouting your name, the London Marathon is an unforgettable race experience. Starting in Greenwich park and finishing along the Mall, you’ll race past London’s most historic landmarks. When you’ve reached the finish line, join the rest of the Pancreatic Cancer UK team as we celebrate together at our post race reception.

Your support means our nurses can be there for those affected now and we can fund vital world-leading research and campaign for change. Whether you’re running for someone affected by pancreatic cancer, in memory of a loved one or for everyone affected by pancreatic cancer, every step you take will help to transform the future.

Alternatively you could also take part in the Virtual London Marathon. To find out more click here.

Become a Team Pancreatic Cancer UK runner, and together we can transform the future for everyone affected by pancreatic cancer.

Join the team

Charity place applications for the 2022 TCS London Marathon have now closed. Please check back in May for applications for the 2023 TCS London Marathon.

If you’ve been successful in the London Marathon ballot then you can use your place to join our team! Just fill in the own place form below.

Make a difference

Raising £2,500 could fund 9 days of research by one of our Research Innovation Fund projects

Our Support to you:

  • Receive a team vest
  • Top tips in our fundraising booklet
  • Feel motivated by our cheer points
  • Celebrate at our post-event reception
  • Receive dedicated support from our team
  • Join our Facebook and Strava groups

General entry place runners: Did you secure your own place? Join our team, set your own fundraising target and we’ll support you in all the ways noted above.

"It feels like it's a section of my pain taken away - the set-up of the team all being able to communicate - a team full of people that actually understand, understand my pain, and they care. It's comforting."


Any questions?

Do you have a question?  Please contact the team on 020 3535 7090 or email

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