- Starts: Sunday, 13 October 2024
- Ends: Sunday, 13 October 2024
- Event price: £25
- Fundraising pledge: £250
- Region: South East
Join #TeamRNIB for the Oxford Half Marathon and help us create a world without barriers for people with sight loss.
The Oxford Half Marathon is a fast and flat 13.1 mile route that showcases Oxford’s most iconic landmarks. Starting and finishing in the city centre, this race takes runners over the River Cherwell and out to the charming village of Old Marston before looping back past the impressive university colleges. Join Team RNIB for a fantastic way to see this historic city!
Take on this iconic running challenge and raise vital funds to support blind and partially sighted people when they need it most.
Already have your own place?
Register as an own place runner in the 2024 Oxford Half Marathon, you can still join #TeamRNIB and receive all the same support, we just ask you to fundraise as much as you can.
What support will you receive?
As a member of #TeamRNIB you’ll get first-class support from the moment you sign up, all the way to race day, so you can smash your running and fundraising goals. You'll also receive:
- Exclusive RNIB running vest to wear with pride
- Personalised support from the friendliest events team in the game
- Fundraising pack full of top tips and resources
- Training plans and advice to get you race-ready
- Regular communications to support your training and show you how your fundraising is making an impact.
Join #TeamRNIB for this an unforgettable half marathon and help us smash the barriers faced by people with sight loss.
How your fundraising helps
Every day, 250 people in the UK start to lose their sight. Many people won't get any practical or emotional support when they need it most. We want to change that.
It costs just £250 for someone with sight loss to attend an RNIB Living Well with Sight Loss course which help attendees increase independence, boost confidence and connect with others to share experiences.
Your fundraising will help ensure that no one faces sight loss alone.