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Belfast City Marathon 2024

  • Stormont Estate

Run your way to a healthier 2024!

Looking for a new goal this year? Why not join #TeamHospice and commit to taking part in this year's Moy Park Belfast City Marathon!?

The Belfast City Marathon is one of the leading marathons in the UK and Ireland and is renowned for the incredible local support and crowds to cheer you on throughout your 26.2miles!

Whether you're up for taking on the Team Relay, 8 Mile Walk, 5k Fun Run or the full Marathon, the Belfast City Marathon offers something for everyone!

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How to Run for NI Hospice



  • Register for your place at the official Moy Park Belfast Marathon website before the 12th April 2024

  • Once you have secured your place in the marathon, register with Hospice using the form below to tell us you would like to fundraise for us

  • Your local fundraiser will be in touch with advice on how to make your fundraising a success

  • Closer to the event, we'll send you a cool NI Hospice-branded T-Shirt to help you stand out from the crowd

  • We'll help you along the route with our cheer stations on the big day

Download Digital Fundraising Pack

Belfast Marathon 2024 Route

The Moy Park Belfast City Marathon takes runners on a scenic journey, taking in some of the city's most iconic landmarks. Runners will start the race at Stormont Estate, East Belfast and will finish at Ormeau Park located in South Belfast.

Entry Requirements

Participants must be over 18 years old to enter.  All participants must complete the Marathon Run and Wheelchair Race in less than 6 hours. Deadline for entries: 12th April, 2024.

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How can my fundraising help?

Northern Ireland Children's Hospice is the only service of its type of in Northern Ireland which provides expert, compassionate, and specialised palliative care to over 400 babies, children and young people who have a life-limiting or life-threatening conditions, and their families.

One of the families that we've had the pleasure of caring for is Little Riley Gartland. When asked what his Mum, Louise, thinks about the care he receives she said; 

"He loves coming to Horizon House, there are so many parts of the care that he receives that stand out - the music therapy, the sensory room, the cuddles and the care and the attention that the care team provide is amazing.“

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