Llanelli Half Marathon set for 25th of March 2024

TAKING place on 25th March 2024, the Llanelli Half Marathon takes place on the flat terrain along the beautiful Millennium coastal path where you will enjoy some of the best scenery Carmarthenshire has to offer.


The Charity is asking that participants in the Half Marathon pledge to raise a minimum of £250 and participants in the 10k a minimum of £100 in sponsorship.


Fundraisers can choose to support a specific hospital, ward, service or department or to fundraise for general charitable purposes.


Places are available on a first come, first served basis.


Avril Powell took part in the 2023 Llanelli Half Marathon to raise funds for Hywel Dda Health Charities.


She said: “I have always wanted to do a half marathon and thought this would be the best way to start off.


“I raised funds for the Chemotherapy Day Unit at Prince Philip Hospital. I know a few people who have had chemotherapy there and wanted to show how grateful I am to these nurses and doctors for their support and compassion.”


Claire Rumble, Fundraising Officer, said: “We’re really excited to be working with Frontrunner again to offer our supports free spaces in the 2024 event.


“We think it will be another memorable day for our fundraisers! If you’re looking to start your running journey and support your NHS charity like Avril, sign up today!”


To secure your space in the Llanelli Half Marathon & 10k 2024 please visit the site to book your place.

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