Great Birmingham Run

Date: Sunday 10th October 2021

Location: Birmingham

Distance: 13.1 miles

Entry fee: Free!

Minimum sponsorship: £350

Join #TeamStGiles for the Simplyhealth Great Birmingham Run 

Raise funds as you run this October by joining #TeamStGiles for the Simplyhealth Great Birmingham Run!

We’re offering 5 runners FREE ENTRY to this popular half marathon, with a minimum sponsorship target of £350 which will help us to provide care for local people and their families living with a terminal illness.

Our 5 free places are available on a first come, first served basis, however you can still run as part of #TeamStGiles if you secure your own place. Register your interest today to be the first to hear when entry opens.

With our income significantly affected by the Coronavirus pandemic, we’d love you to join #TeamStGiles in 2021. Thank you so much.

By taking part in the Great Birmingham Run you will get:

  • An exclusive medal and T-Shirt
  • A finisher’s goodie bag
  • A timing chip for accurate results
  • Free training and advice
  • The security of a closed road running event
  • Plus, incredible on course support!

As part of #TeamStGiles you will also get:

  • An exclusive St Giles running shirt
  • A bespoke fundraising pack
  • A dedicated member of the fundraising team to assist you on your journey
  • A supportive community ahead of the event and on event day
  • Plus, a celebratory post run drink at a location in Birmingham!

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Join #TeamStGiles in 2021

To register your interest in one of our secured places, email or click the button below. We’d love to hear from you!

Already have a place?

We’d love you to join #TeamStGiles! Email or click the button below so we can send you a fundraising pack!

We’re here for you… because you’re here for us

In 2019, Craig Ruff and his family formed “Team Tone” to run the Tamworth Gate Gallop for St Giles in memory of his father Tony.

In October, Craig and his sister Danielle also ran the Great Birmingham Half Marathon in aid of the hospice.

“When I did the half marathon, I had moments where I struggled, but that was nothing compared to the effort St Giles put in to caring for dad,” Craig explained.

“St Giles is such an important local charity. You always feel cared for there and it’s such a comforting place.

“I’d run to the ends of the earth to give St Giles the funds to help people like dad and families like us.”