Last chance to enter award-winning Ealing Half
The organisers of the award-winning Ealing Half Marathon have issued a last call to enter the 2015 race, with the last couple of hundred places being snapped up quickly.
The 4th Ealing Half Marathon, which was voted “Best Half Marathon” by runners at The 2015 Running Awards in London for the 2nd year in a row, takes place on Sunday 27th September 2015. The race is well known for its huge community support and great atmosphere with runners travelling from all over the UK and abroad to experience the #EalingFeeling .
Councillor Julian Bell, Leader of Ealing Council, said: “The Ealing Half Marathon is a great community event for the borough. I’m pleased that we are able to support it for a fourth year, working with race organisers to minimise disruptions to residents and provide a challenging course for participants. It’s a fantastic opportunity for residents to be active in their local area while raising money and awareness for chosen charities. If you’re not one of the thousands taking part, I encourage you to come forward and take on opportunities to help out on race day.”
Event Co-Ordinator Sandra Courtney added: “The Ealing Half Marathon is fast approaching its sell out and the last few places are being snapped up quickly. The race is a firm fixture in the autumn running calendar and brings runners of all levels to our borough, with thousands of pounds raised for many different charities.
“We would like to encourage local businesses and residents to actively support the event and cheer on the runners, giving participants from near and far a warm welcome and a fantastic race experience so that we can defend our title as UK’s Best Half Marathon at The Running Awards next year!”
A total of 7,000 race places were available for 2015. Entry costs are £34 for affiliated and £36 for unaffiliated runners which includes a medal and online e-goody bag for all finishers, plus entry into a draw to win a Mercedes bike. Runners can also sign up to run and raise money for the headline charity Alzheimer’s Society.
Anyone wishing to get involved and feel part of the event can sign up to volunteer until 24th September, further details can be found here www.ealinghalfmarathon.com/volunteer/.
Official race partners include ASICS, Volvic®, Up & Running, Move Clinics, Mercedes-Benz Brentford, Xempo, 1E, Kantec, Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre, Ealing Eagles and Ealing Council.
Go to www.ealinghalfmarathon.com for further race details and to secure your place on this year’s start line, like the Facebook page www.facebook.com/ealinghalf and follow @EalingHalf on Twitter to keep up to date with all the latest news about the Ealing Half Marathon.