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 charity participants on our system by Friday 7th August 2020. There will be no exceptions made to this deadline. (BM10k and BM Ride deadline for registration is Friday 21st August 2020).
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.
You can transfer charity places between marathon runners up until Friday 7th August 2020. If you wish to transfer charity places for BM10K and BM Ride, the deadline for this will be Friday 21st August.
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 information about the process and system, along with user guides has been sent to all charities who have booked places in the Brighton Marathon 2020. If you cannot find these details, please email [email protected]
Please refer back to the registration email you were sent, within this email is a user guide which can be sent to your runners. If your runner is still struggling to register, do not register for them, please ask them to email [email protected]
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 18th and Saturday 20th September 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'.
No, we do not offer dedicated charity parking. We have our Park and Ride facility available once more, which is on sale here. Please act now if you need a space, as it sells out quickly. Further information can be found on our website: https://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).
The Beach Village is a 3-day event in its own right, taking place across the entire weekend. It will open on the Friday, comprising race pack collection, retail, massage and food and drink as well as the Charity Village and big screen.
Traders can apply to purchase marquee space or trade on the Beach.
If you would like to find out more about marquee space within the Charity Village for 2020, please contact [email protected]