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Bath Half Marathon 2024

Sunday 17 March 2024
11:00am
Bath
Half marathon
Event organiser:
CHSW
Tickets:
Free charity places
Sponsorship Target:
Suggested minimum £200

Run the Bath Half for children and young people with life-limiting conditions

Are you ready to lace up your running shoes for local children, young people and their families? Join our team of CHSW runners and raise vital funds for families like William's, whose family is supported by Charlton Farm in North Somerset.

What's Included 

What you'll get

  • A guaranteed place in the Bath Half Marathon
     
  • Bath Half finisher's medal and t-shirt
     
  • A Children's Hospice South West running vest

How we'll support you

  • Fundraising pack and media support
     

  • Ongoing support and training tips from our fundraising team 
     

  • Training tips and advice through our Run Club eNews 
     

  • Personal cheerers on the day in the form of our CHSW Cheer Team out on the route 

Sign up

Ready to Run? 

Secure your spot now and be incredible for those who need it most. Sign up today and help us make the most of short and precious lives. 

Own place runners

If you've already got your place for Bath Half 2024, we'd love you to join team CHSW! To find out more click the button below. We'll provide support at every stage of your journey, offering guidance on fundraising and advice about training to ensure you're well-prepared for the race.

Join team CHSW

Hollie Thorogood

We're here to help

If you'd like to find out more about this event just click the 'ask a question' button to send us an email or give us a call and we'll be more than happy to help.

Call Hollie on 01275 866 600
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£200 means William and his family can be cared for without worry

Your Bath Half 2024 registration fee covers the cost of your participation in this event but it’sWilliam and older sister, Alex your sponsorship that will help to make the most of short and precious lives across the South West. 

We ask our runners to each raise £200. Which could provide: 

  • A counselling session to support a family through the early stages of their bereavement journey 
  • A weekend of uninterrupted night's sleep for parents, giving them the strength to face tomorrow 
  • A family Music Therapy session, creating special memories that will last a lifetime

Read William's story

Online fundraising

Setting up a JustGiving page is a quick and easy way to hit your £200 fundraising target.

Set up JustGiving

Why Run for Children's Hospice South West? 

When you run with us, you're not just racing for the finish line – you're running to provide comfort, care, and cherished memories for local families who need it most.  

Every step you take raises vital funds for Children's Hospice South West, supporting families facing some of their toughest times. 

Be a Part of Something Bigger 

Join our running community of like-minded individuals who share your passion for making a difference. When you run for Children's Hospice South West, you're part of a team that’s making the most of short and precious lives, one step at a time. 

We'll support you every step of the way 

When you run the Bath Half for Children’s Hospice South West, you’ll get: 

  • A Children's Hospice South West running vest 
  • Fundraising pack and media support 
  • Fundraising advice from your dedicated local area fundraiser and our events fundraiser 
  • Training tips and advice through our Run Club eNews 
  • Personal cheerers on the day in the form of our CHSW Cheer Team out on the route 

Colin Hale's Bath Half StoryColin Hale with medals

Meet Colin Hale, a seasoned runner and dedicated fundraiser. Colin has run the Bath Half 37 times, and in 2023 he chose to run for Children's Hospice South West! Take a look at Colin's story for inspiration and a firsthand glimpse into the experience of being part of Team CHSW. 

Read Colin's Story

Young ambassador, Theo completed his first Bath Half in 2023Theo after finishing Bath Half

Theo conquered his first Bath Half in 2023, overcoming a sprained ankle along the way. Theo's dedication and resilience shone through, raising £500 and providing invaluable support for local children and young people. Get inspired by reading his story today!

Read Theo's Story