The London Landmarks Half Marathon 2024 takes place on 7 April across central London. Whether this is your first running event, or you're a seasoned pro, put on your trainers for our charity, join #TeamAddisons and help make a difference to people's lives.

We have 7 places available in the London Landmarks Half Marathon. Starting on Pall Mall and finishing by Downing Street, you’ll enjoy fabulous views of London’s most iconic landmarks including Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral, Nelson’s Column, the Gherkin, the Shard, the Tower of London and the London Eye. So please join #TeamAddison and raise much-needed funds and awareness of Addison's disease and adrenal insufficiency.

How do I secure a place in the LLHM 2024?

If you’d like to take part in this amazing challenge, please complete our registration of interest form below. It's free! We ask you to pledge to fundraise at least £300 for the Addison’s Disease Self-Help Group.

Unfortunately all of our 2024 places have now been filled.

By joining #TeamAddisons in the London Landmarks Half Marathon you'll be making a huge difference. Together we will work to raise much-needed funds and awareness of Addison’s disease and adrenal insufficiency.

We’re here to support you 

We'll support you all the way to the finish line! Before the race you’ll receive an ADSHG charity top, to wear during your training and on the day itself. All runners will receive their running numbers before the event and the coveted official finisher medal post-event.

Already have a place?

Do you have your own place for the London Landmarks Half Marathon? Congratulations! Please get in touch to let us know so we can send you a charity top and cheer you on as part of #TeamAddisons. For setting up your fundraising page, join our LLHM page on JustGiving!

Set up your Fundraising Page

You’ll find more information about the event, as well as training and nutrition advice, at:

Addison's disease and the Addison's Disease Self-Help Group (ADSHG)

Addison’s is a rare endocrine condition where the adrenal glands do not produce enough steroid hormones and can be life-threatening. It affects approximately 1 in 10,000 people, meaning an estimated 300 - 350 new cases are diagnosed each year across the UK, this makes it roughly 300 times rarer than diabetes.

Life-long treatment with replacement steroid hormones is required. Medication is usually taken several times daily at carefully timed intervals and individuals must also know how to administer an emergency hydrocortisone injection to prevent a potentially fatal adrenal crisis.

At the ADSHG, we are here to support the Addison’s and adrenal insufficiency community and their healthcare providers to promote better medical understanding of this rare condition, campaign for and support everyone affected by adrenal failure, and fund vital research.

Do grab a cuppa and have a read about what the condition is, what we do, and how you can support people you know who have the condition if they become unwell.

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