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London Winter Run

The Cancer Research UK London Winter Run is a 10k challenge through the heart of the city, passing world famous landmarks, and instantly recognizable areas that have been taken over by winter creatures. Since the first event in 2015 over 83,000 people have taken part, raising nearly £3,000,000 for Cancer Research UK and other good causes. It regularly receives incredible reviews from those who have taken part. The 2020 event will take place on Sunday 9 February, starting from Trafalgar Square and finishing on Whitehall by Downing Street.

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This is a closed road event. Please see below for all timings:

London Winter Run – Business and Resident info for 9.2.2020

9 February

Details

Date:
9 February
Website:
https://www.londonwinterrun.co.uk

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