Marathon Walk London

Caring for someone with Dravet Syndrome is a marathon of a journey - a hugely difficult and challenging experience requiring dedication and stamina from those who face it, made manageable by the support of others along the way. 

Let's face this marathon journey together, by completing a 26 mile route through London, taking in world-famous sights and less well-known corners. By taking part and raising funds, you'll help Dravet Syndrome UK to be there every step of the way in supporting families affected by this devastating condition.

The Event:   Marathon Walk London - 26 miles  |  Half-Marathon Walk London - 13 miles

Date: Saturday 10th September 2022 

Location: London (start/finish address tbc)    

Start Times:  Marathon - 6.30am registration for a 7-7.30am start     |  Half Marathon - 9am registration for a 10 - 10.30am start

Finish Times: Anytime between 2.30pm & 6.30pm

Marathon: Fundraising Option: Registration fee £29, Minimum Fundraising Target £120     | Self-Funding Option: Registration Fee £89, raise as much as you can (no minimum fundraising target)

Half-Marathon: Fundraising Option: Registration fee £29, Minimum Fundraising Target £100     |     Self-Funding Option: Registration Fee £79, raise as much as you can (no minimum fundraising target)                               

Registration: Click here to register!           

Supporting Dravet Syndrome UK

Each year we need to raise over £320,000 to keep providing our much needed services. We rely on the generous support of our incredible community to ensure we continue to support families, educate professionals and fund medical research. Thank you so very much for taking on this huge challenge to raise funds for us!

When you've registered and set up your fundraising page, you'll be contacted by our Fundraising Co-ordinator, Linzi, who will ensure you've got a DSUK t-shirt to wear for your training and on the day itself. You'll also be kept up to date on how your support is making a massive difference to the lives of those affected by Dravet Syndrome.