The Cardiff University / Cardiff Half Marathon returns on Sunday 6 October 2019. From its inception in 2003, the event has grown into one of the largest road races in the United Kingdom and encompasses many of Cardiff’s most iconic landmarks.
Details of our charity spaces for 2019 will be released in January. We usually ask that in return for a free space you aim to raise a minimum of £250 in sponsorship. To register your interest in one of our charity spaces then please email firstname.lastname@example.org Additionally, if you've decided to purchase your space through the organisers and would like to run in support of Tŷ Hafan then we would love to hear from you to support you with your fundraising.
In 2017 we introduced our Tŷ Hafan running clubs, a series of 8k, 15k and 10k runs on the three Sunday's before the half marathon in Bute Park, Cardiff. We'll be looking to run these again in the lead up to next years event as they're a great way to meet other runners and train at the same time.
We'll be providing plenty of support on the day including our group selfie outside the Tŷ Hafan tent in the event village, a race day cheer squad on Albany Road and post-race pizza back at the tent.
There's also the opportunity to visit Tŷ Hafan in the lead up to the event for a tour of the hospice to see how your support is making a difference to life-limited children and their families. Whatever your fundraising target, we'll help you reach it with a dedicated support team sending out regular communications in the lead up to the event along with hints and tips on fundraising and we'll even kit you out with a stylish running vest.
Then we would love to hear from you. For more information about taking part in next years Cardiff Half Marathon please email email@example.com or call 02920 532 284. Alternatively, please feel free to pop in for a cup of tea here at our head office in Sully.
There are many reasons to run the Cardiff Half for Tŷ Hafan - whether it's in memory of a loved one, to push yourself to your limits or simply because you need somewhere to wear your suit of armour. Read stories from our 2017 runners here