Additional public places have now sold out
Congratulations to everyone who managed to secure a place. we can't wait to see you on the start line on Sunday 1st August. We're sorry to those who missed out, we hope you can join us in 2022.
Why did these places become available?
These places were the resale of places from original ballot runners who were unable to make the new race date when it was postponed from May to August. We were not releasing new places in the event. Simply re-selling unwanted ones. Our capacity will be limited to a maximum of 14,500 which is the number of participants our modelling and planning shows that we can safely accommodate with social distancing measures in place.
Was there be a ballot for these places?
No, there was not a ballot. For one year only, additional public places were available into the LLHM on a first come, first served basis without going through the ballot.
When will places go on sale?
Places went on sale on Wednesday 23rd June and have now sold out.
How much did places cost?
Places cost £57.50 and all profits will go to baby charity Tommy’s, proud organisers of the LLHM.
What happens if LLHM 2021 cannot go ahead as planned?
If LLHM 2021 is unable to go ahead on the 1st August due to Covid-19 and you purchased a late release place, you will be entitled to a full refund or to defer your place to LLHM 2022 for free.
What are the plans to make LLHM 2021 safe for runners?
Despite the government’s plans for the relaxation of social distancing measures on 19th July, we are planning to deliver LLHM as a covid-secure event to ensure the health and safety of everyone. The safety of all our participants, volunteers and staff will always be our number one priority on race day.
Please visit our covid safety page for more details.
Run for Charity
Once signed up, you can use your place to support a charity of your choice and fundraise for a cause close to your heart.
The LLHM is a 100% not for profit event, organised by baby charity Tommy’s to benefit themselves and many other good causes. It is hoped that the 2021 event will raise over £6 million for around 200 charities including Tommy’s. This is much needed funding as the charity sector has been severely impacted by the pandemic and needs support now more than ever.
This is a one off golden opportunity to snap up a public place in the LLHM and raise what you can without having to commit to a minimum fundraising target.