Frequently Asked Questions
LLHM 2024 BALLOT
The 2024 London Landmarks Half Marathon is scheduled for Sunday 7 April 2024, subject to final approval.
The only way to take part is with one of our fantastic charity partners here. They will be so happy for your support and would love to welcome you to their team.
Unfortunately not, if a charity has not partnered with us for LLHM 2024 then they do not have places that they can offer and you cannot run for them if you don't have a ballot place. You can find a breakdown of charities by cause here.
I am a wheelchair user, can I take part?
Absolutely, please go here for all the important information about taking part in LLHM 2024.
We're sorry to hear that you can no longer take part in LLHM 2024. As per our Event T&Cs, we cannot transfer or defer places in the LLHM, and refunds were only available up to 14 days after signing up.
We're sorry to hear you can no longer take part in LLHM 2024. Please contact your chosen charity directly and they will be able to let you know your options. As your place belongs to the charity LLHM cannot make any decisions regarding your place.
Please contact our team directly [email protected] and they will be able to let you know your options and next steps.
Charity place runners are those who sign up to run for a charity and agree to raise a minimum sponsorship target. Charities buy places in LLHM and then recruit people to raise money for their cause - in return runners gain entry into the event using one of these charity places.
If you have a charity place and are unsure of the terms of conditions it is best to contact them directly, as every charity manages and administers their places differently. LLHM cannot make any decisions about a charity place.
All charity runners need to complete their official LLHM registration through our online console.
Once you have signed up with your charity, they will send you a link to complete your official LLHM registration. Look out for an email from [email protected]
Some charities send out their invites to runners in batches, so don’t worry if you have not received your registration link yet.
All charity runners must complete their official registration before 12 Noon/Midday on Wednesday 14th February 2024. Registrations will not be accepted after this date and you will not be able to take part on race day. Please note, your charity may ask you to complete your registration earlier than this date so they can support you in advance of race day.
If you haven't received your invitation to complete your registration please contact your chosen charity directly.
We give all our charity partners access to our platform so they can send out and manage their places themselves. If you think you should have had your invitation but it hasn't come through the best thing to do is get in touch with your charity and ask them to resend the invitation and look into this for you.
This means that you entered the ballot and were successful in getting a place and would like to use this to raise money for them. If you did not enter the ballot, or were unsuccessful in the ballot then you do not have an 'own place' or 'ballot place' and the only way to take part will be by using one of the charity places that our partners have purchased in the event.
It is very important that you do not tell a charity that you have your own place if you do not, otherwise they will think you already have a place in the event and will not allocate one to you, meaning you will not be able to take part.
If you are interested in becoming a charity partner for LLHM 2025 please check out our webpage here.
LLHM 2024 BALLOT
The results of the main ballot and second chance ballots have now been announced.
Those who enter the ballot and are successful in gaining a place. Some charities call these ‘Own Place Runners’. The place belongs to the individual who entered the ballot and was successful. This is different from a charity place runner, who's place has been purchased by a charity and belongs to that organisation. You can still use your ballot place to raise money for the charity of your choice.
I run a business/community group along the London Landmarks Half Marathon. Is there any way that I can get involved?
Yes, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact [email protected] to discuss your involvement.
The event is owned by baby charity, Tommy's. Tommy's have created the LLHM to benefit the charity sector and the profits from the LLHM go to Tommy's who organise the race. Tommy's exist to save babies' lives through funding research into miscarriage, premature birth and stillbirth.