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Brighton Marathon

Charity places have now sold out. Do you already have your own place in the Brighton Marathon?

What is the Brighton Marathon?

The Brighton Marathon is now one of the world’s most atmospheric routes; taking you past some of the city’s famous landmarks like the Royal Pavilion, the Pier, the King Edward Memorial and finishing up at the event village on the beach. 

I have my own place

How can I take part?

Unfortunately, we do not have any of our own charity places in the event. However, if you have a ballot place in the Brighton Marathon, we’d love for you to join Team Beat. 

I have my own place

Why choose Beat?

We will support you with your fundraising giving you hints and tips along the way as well as a free Beat running top to wear on race day. There is no minimum sponsorship as you have your own place - we simply ask you to raise as much as you can!

Join Team Beat and help us end the pain and suffering caused by eating disorders. Because of our amazing fundraisers our vital Helpline services are open 365 days a year to ensure that no one has to suffer alone.  


If you have any questions, get touch with Lara, Community Fundraising Officer at

Health and Wellbeing

Any marathon is an extremely demanding physical challenge. We strongly suggest that you consult your doctor or clinician before taking part in this event, especially if you have a current or previous medical condition including any experience of an eating disorder. Please also ensure you read and agree to our Fundraising Guidelines.