Amaze has regular runners in the Brighton Marathon, The Brighton Half Marathon and the Brighton Brooks 10k. Join an Amaze running team and make your race really count!
Running for Amaze means all the effort you put into training and raising money gets to stay in the local area and make a real difference to families in Brighton and Hove with disabled children.
You can run for Amaze if you have your own place or you can take an Amaze charity place. Amaze sets achievable fundraising targets in keeping with other charities as we have to pay for our limited places. It is rare that runners don’t reach them. There are no set targets for own place runners and we always encourage runners to get their own place if possible. We will provide you with fundraising support and materials and, of course, your Amaze running vest.
We will be with you every step of the way, including on the day itself, when staff, volunteers, friends and family join Amaze cheering points. Please spread the word about Amaze and help us grow our running teams! Thanks
Contact the fundraising team on 01273 234014 for more details, or email [email protected]. We’ll be pleased to answer any questions and send you a running pack.
Brighton Half Marathon 2015 – Sunday 22nd February 2015
We have charity places available for the Brighton Half Marathon 2015.
The race starts on Madeira Drive between Brighton Pier and Brighton Marina you will head north past the Royal Pavilion. The route will take you down Grand Parade to the Old Steine before turning left onto Marine Parade. The race then heads out towards Ovingdean, and the bracing cliff tops towards St Dunstan’s where you turn on the road back west towards Brighton. Once past our two Piers you will head into Hove along the Kings Road with the sea on your left. Past the King Alfred Leisure Centre, you will run right to Hove Lagoon before turning left onto the seafront. A great 2 mile run past the colourful beach huts of Hove will bring you back to the Peace Statue, where the race rejoins the road for the last dash to the finish on Madeira Drive. 2015 is the 25th year of the Brighton Half Marathon, voted most improved race at the 2013 Runners World PB Awards.
The fundraising team, volunteers and friends will cheer you along the route and meet you at the charity finishing area.
Visit the Brighton Half Marathon website
We have charity places available for the 2015 Brighton Marathon that takes place on Sunday 12th April at 9am.
The 26 mile race starts at Preston Park, circles Brighton city centre and the seafront before heading to Portslade and back along the Seafront to the Pier. A brand new course has just been announced for the Brighton Marathon that will mean faster times for next year’s event. The change in route comes as the field swings east along the coastal road where a hill on the Rottingdean loop has been taken out making the first half of the race faster than ever. The second half is already almost dead flat.
You will be entitled to extra charity hospitality at the start and end of the race, an Amaze running vest, certificate, medal and goody bag. We will also provide you with training and fundraising tips, a training workshop, pre-event pasta party and plenty of support and motivation.
Visit the Brighton Marathon website
Brooks Brighton 10k
We have charity places available for the 2014 Brooks Brighton 10k.
This race, in its 31th year is very popular with seasoned runners and beginners alike. It is a fast, flat course along the seafront of Brighton & Hove, with start and finish on Madeira Drive. This year’s race will be on Sunday 16th November 2014 at 10am.
Many other running events happen throughout the south east, why not try the Bupa Great South Run or a night-time run/jog/walk from London to Brighton.
If you want to run for Amaze in any of the races mentioned above, please contact the fundraising team on 01273 234014 for more details, or email [email protected]