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Big Fun Runs

Various park locations in the UK | 15 September 2017

Get fit, help find a cure: join the Parkinson's UK team for a 5K fun run in your local park this summer! Events every weekend.
A Parkinson's UK supporter taking on a run

Time to Run

UK | 1 October 2017

Time to Run is the virtual run that fits around you. We’re challenging you to run a 5K, 10K, half marathon or full marathon in May 2017.
Gemma Beers running the Bournemouth Marathon

Bournemouth Marathon Festival

Bournemouth | 7 October 2017

Be part of the Parkinson's UK team for the Bournemouth Marathon Festival! Take part in the full marathon, half marathon, 10K or 5K.

Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon

Hyde Park, London | 8 October 2017

Buckingham Palace. Big Ben. Whitehall. These are just a few of the landmarks you'll see during the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon.

ASICS Greater Manchester Marathon

Amsterdam Half and Full Marathon

Amsterdam | 15 October 2017

Take in the incredible atmosphere of the Dutch capital during the Amsterdam Half and full Marathon, starting at the Olympic stadium.

Bud's Run

Bud’s Run and Bash

University of Birmingham | 21 October 2017

Join athletics coach Bud Baldaro, who has Parkinson's, and world championships silver medallist Hannah England for a family-friendly 5K fun run and the evening Birthday Bash.

Spooky Sprint Waddesdon Manor

Waddesdon Manor, Aylesbury | 21 October 2017

Whether you're after a 10K, 5K or fun run, join us as the sun goes down at Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire.

Great South Run

Portsmouth | 22 October 2017

Take on this achievable, flat 10 mile course through historic Portsmouth to raise vital funds for Parkinson's UK.

Snowdonia Marathon

Wales | 28 October 2017

Challenge yourself and take on the Snowdonia Marathon for Parkinson's UK.

Spooky Sprint Wollaton Hall

Wollaton Hall and Park | 28 October 2017

Take on our Halloween 10K, 5K or family fun run in the country park at Wollaton Hall and Park in Nottingham.

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