Inspire Activity


Ok we know a half marathon isn't for everyone, but we hope it might inspire you to think about getting yourself, your family and friends active.

So over the coming year we will be collecting together local activities to help find you something to get involved with!


Join in on our "Volun-Cheer" or aid stations and get stuck into the action! Find out more about volunteering here.

Of course the easiest way to get involved is to come out and cheer along the route on the day, you can find the route here.

Road Closure & Diversions


We apologise for any delay and disruption to your day but road closures and diversions are essential for keeping our runners safe and allowing this event to take place. 

This page will return once we've released details about 2020.


Running for Rossington


Rossington based charities you can join in and run for ! And please share anything you're involved in :) 

Run for locals!

Based at the Potteric Carr reserve (you run past this incredible reserve twice) The Trust believes Yorkshire should be rich in wildlife for the benefit of everyone with more wildlife, more wild places and more people having a strong connection to nature. 

You can raise sponsorship and run to support. 

Fundraise here

Yorkshire Wildlife Park is home to the charity, the Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation. 

The Foundation was created in 2013 to be a dynamic catalyst for inspiring people to support conservation and welfare.

You can get sponsored and run to support, find out more about here

Fundraise here

Our event partner based at Keepmoat Stadium!

More news coming soon but please go find out more about the great work Club Doncaster Foundation do here.

Want to run for another charity?


That's no problem!

With thousands of great causes out there if you've got something close to your heart then we encourage you to run for it!

We also love it if you let us know.

Get a photo, send it in and tell us a short story. We can share this and give you a virtual high five! 

Get in touch


Run for Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation (pdf)