Run Gatwick

Sunday 13th May 2018

Said to be ‘the UK's most exciting new road race’, the British Airways Run Gatwick offers an exciting and unique running experience! Enhance this experience further, join our team today and run for the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance!  

Brought to you by the 2017 gold winners of the ‘Best UK Half Marathon’ at the National Running awards, Run Gatwick is set to be a huge success from the offset and we are delighted to be one of the chosen charity partners.

With Run Gatwick offering a half marathon, a corporate 5k and a family run, it certainly provides a challenge for all abilities. What’s more, Run Gatwick’s fully closed, marked and marshalled running routes have been carefully thought out in order to ensure that runners get to experience the beautiful sites of Sussex and Surrey’s countryside, park and town; passing through two of the counties that we cover.

To enhance your running experience, Run Gatwick offers:
- On-site bag storage
- Water stations around each course
- Plenty of parking a short walk from the event village.

Once you have completed your run, the event village incorporates a fantastic food festival; just what you need after your run! The Run Gatwick team work hard to ensure that your only obstacle on the day is to be getting across the finish line.

Once you have finished your run, look out for our charity tent in the event village - we would love to celebrate your achievement with you!

The Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance have charity places available in the half marathon or the 5k; the cost of entry for either distance is £25 and suggested sponsorship is £100.

For any runners already taking part, please feel free to contact our Events Team on 01622 833833 or email for a complimentary running vest and for more information on how to use your entry to raise funds for the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance’s life-saving work. 

David Johnstone

“When the air ambulance arrived I thought it must be quite serious but I wasn’t aware of the level of expertise and equipment on board.”

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