Big Fun Run is a series of 5k untimed fun runs staged within scenic settings throughout the UK

Big Fun Run

Where & when:
Brighton – 14 July 2018
Southampton – 15 July 2018
Leeds – 21 July 2018
Nottingham – 22 July 2018
Glasgow – 28 July 2018
Edinburgh - 29 July 2018
Maidstone – 4 August 2018
Derby – 11 August 2018
Sheffield – 12 August 2018
Manchester – 18 August 2018
Liverpool – 19 August 2018
Ipswich – 1 September 2018
Milton Keynes – 2 September 2018
Birmingham – 8 September 2018
Coventry – 9 September 2018
Gateshead - 20 October 2018
Middlesbrough - 21 October 2018
Crystal Palace – 27 October 2018
Victoria Park – 28 October 2018
About: The Big Fun Run series is strictly for FUN where it’s all about relaxed exercise. No times, no pressure, no sweat – just some easy moves and lots of laughs. 
The runs are suitable for all the family where you can accomplish your personal goals; whether you are raising money for The Children's Society, remembering a loved one or simply keeping active.
This isn’t about Olympic level athletes charging about in record times, it’s about mums with prams, dads with toddlers, groups running together, fancy dress and a fantastic fun mix.Are you getting a picture of something a little bit different? There really is something for everyone at a Big Fun Run! 
Some of the locations and dates for 2018 are yet to be announced but let us know if you're interested and we'll get in touch with you once it has all been confirmed!
Reg fee: £17
Minimum Sponsorship: Raise as much as you can!




We will support you every step of the way

  • Receive first-class service and support from our dedicated team
  • Get your own personalised branded running vest or t-shirt
  • Have access to a wealth of fundraising support and resources, including regular updates
  • Get expert training and nutritional advice
  • Have the experience of taking on an exciting challenge that will make a difference to children and young people who feel scared, unloved and unable to cope. Because together we can make sure no child feels alone.