Join our team and take on the fast, flat Bath Half Marathon in 2020
We are excited to be a lead Charity Partner for the Bath Half Marathon 2020.
This scenic 13.1 mile (21.1km) flat route - also known as the BATHALF - will take you on a 2-lap course through the stunning World Heritage City of Bath. It starts and ends in Great Pulteney Street and straddles both sides of the River Avon.
Every mile you run and every penny you raise will mean that when a child needs us, we’re there. Together we can rebuild children’s lives and prevent abuse from ruining any more.
Get your charity place
Join Team NSPCC runners taking part in the Bath Half Marathon. Registration costs £10 and we ask that you raise £250.
Already got a place?
We'd love to welcome you to our team. There's no minimum fundraising target, just have fun and raise as much as money you can.
5 reasons to join #TeamNSPCC
1. A welcome fundraising pack, including your own NSPCC vest so we can see you on event day and cheer you on.
2. The support of our cheering point around the course, to cheer you to the finish line.
3. A personalised training plan created by our team of professional coaches just for you.
4. Post-race marquee with food and refreshments at the finish point.
5. NSPCC Facebook and Strava groups to help you keep in touch with your team mates.
In 2017/18, our Speak out. Stay safe. Volunteers in Somerset visited 122 schools and spoke to 23,097 children.
Responded to 168 helpline calls asking for advice about keeping children safe in Somerset last year.
Keeping children in Sommerset safe online via our Net Aware tool and online safety advice helpline.
Running training zone
Visit our running training zone for expert advice from our training partners Full Potential.
Our free fundraising packs are full of hints and tips, advice and materials to get you started.
Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or for any further information. We're here to support 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.
How you’ll make a difference
Abuse changes childhoods, but so can we. By taking part in an event for the NSPCC, you’ll make sure that when a child needs a helping hand, we’re there for them.
Child abuse is preventable, not inevitable. That’s why, every day, we work to protect children and make child abuse a thing of the past.