The start is located in Preston Park, from where the participants run through the city and finish up on the seafront on Madeira Drive. You can find further information in our Charity Hub and on the website.
No, we are unable to refund any places purchased.
You must have registered your runners on our system by Friday 1st March 2019. There will be no exceptions made to this deadline.
No, the place belongs to you, the charity, and not the runner; we do not carry over any charity runner information against places, only the name of the charity. You can offer one of your places for the following year to the same person but they will need to complete another registration form, in the same way as for the previous event.
Our deadline of March 2nd 2018 has now passed, so you are no longer able to transfer places.
No, we do not keep a database of runners that were unsuccessful in getting a place; anyone who comes through to us once the general entries system has shut is directed to the charity listings page.
Runner Registration for the 2019 Brighton Marathon Weekend will open at the end of July 2018. Further information about the process and system, along with user guides will be sent to you then.
Registration is now closed, if you have further queries, please ask the to get in touch with us by email.
You do not need to update any details on the Active system, as these were created to be generic to the charity - the name of the team captain should be the charity name, and the associated email address should be a dummy one, ending in @registration.com.
Please notify the office if the point of contact has changed so that they can change their records.
Do not worry, this does not apply to the number of places that you hold in the event, and will not affect your ability to register your runners.
The registration link that you send out to your runners is where the place limit is set, but that information does not display on your console.
No, we do not offer dedicated charity parking. We will have our Park and Ride facility available once more, which is currently on sale here. Please keep an eye out for this as it sells out quickly. Further information can be found on our website: http://www.brightonmarathonweekend.co.uk/travel
It might also be worth checking out the JustPark website or app, which allows you to book parking space at an individual's property (please note, we are in no way affiliated with JustPark and cannot take responsibility should anything happen if you decide to utilise their service).
No, we do not send out Race Packs to any of our participants; all Race Packs must be collected from the Brighton Marathon Event Village on the beach at Madeira Drive, on Friday 12th and Saturday 13th April 2019 and all participants must agree to this in the registration form.
We do not recommend that you take on the responsibility of collecting your runners’ packs in the event that there is an issue getting them to the runner prior to the race. If, however, you still wish to do so then you can – runners can nominate someone to collect their pack on their behalf, instructions on how to do so are in your participant instructions (here for BM10k) under 'If You Can't Collect Your Race Pack'.
The Event Village is a 3-day event in its own right, taking place across the entire weekend. It will open on the Friday, comprising all elements of what was previously the Exhibition (race pack collection, retail, massage etc.), finishing with Race Day itself, which will incorporate our post finish Beach and Charity Villages.
With this development comes the opportunity to purchase marquee space for use on the Friday and Saturday, in addition to Race Day itself.
If you would like to find out more about marquee space within the Charity Village for 2019, please contact Matthew Beale: email@example.com