for better mental health

Richmond Half Marathon

The Richmond Half Marathon starts in Kew Gardens and finishes in the stunning Old Deer Park in Richmond where you can enjoy an afternoon of free live music!

The Richmond Running Festival also includes the Richmond Marathon and the Kew Gardens 10k

Sign up for the Richmond Marathon

Sign up for the Kew Gardens 10k

13 September 2020

Registration fee

Minimum fundraising target

Minimum age

Kew Gardens

Charity place

Got a place already?

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About Richmond Half Marathon 2020

Experience London’s most scenic half Marathon! Join fellow runners on the start line in Kew Gardens (a World Heritage site) before taking a scenic tour of Richmond, passing through one of the most beautiful parts of London.

The course is flat with lots of entertainment and beautiful surroundings and the fun does not stop on the finish line as runners are treated to a day of live music, food stalls, beer garden and free activities for children.

Find out more about the race and the festival the Richmond Runfest Website

How we'll support you

Join us at the Richmond Running Festival Half Marathon and we'll support you all the way! You'll get:

  • loads of training and fundraising advice
  • regular e-newsletter updates
  • a Mind running vest with your name overprinted
  • an exclusive post-run party for the whole team in Kew Gardens, including your friends and family
  • a dedicated and experienced project manager to provide support and advice.



Any questions?

You might find your answer in our FAQs.

Or you can send us an email using the link below, or give us a call on 0300 999 3887 and we'll be more than happy to help.

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Becoming a runner for Mind - Sophie's story

"As someone with Bipolar Disorder, fundraising for Mind has been an incredible experience. It has been an absolute honour to run for Mind again this year and I could not be more proud."


Read Sophie's story

Where does the money go?

1 in 4

people in the UK will experience a mental health problem in any given year


queries answered by our helplines in 2018/19.


people accessed our information in 2018/2019

You can find out more about our work in the 2016/17 annual review

and more about our finances in our 2016/17 annual accounts

Other ways you could get involved

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