Run The Brighton Marathon 2018 for charity!

Date: Sunday 15th April 2018
Location: Brighton, UK

People running the Brighton MarathonTake on one of the UK’s favourite 26.2 milers and be part of a race that gets bigger and better every year. The Brighton Marathon course encompasses the historical sights of the city, finishing up on the spectacular Brighton seafront. Renowned for its buzzing atmosphere and roaring crowd support, you are guaranteed an experience to remember!

Run for The Clock Tower Sanctuary

Join our team and help support homeless young people in Brighton and Hove. Places are going quick, so don’t delay! The Clock Tower Sanctuary Brighton Marathon team receive:

  • An exclusive the Clock Tower Sanctuary technical running vest
  • A chance to visit our facilities and see the ways your sponsorship will make a difference
  • A pack of helpful fundraising and training tips
  • The loudest cheers and most enthusiastic balloon waving on race day

Already have a place?

If you have your own place for the Brighton Marathon or BM10K, you can join us for free and enjoy all the benefits, just raise as much as you can!

Get in touch

To grab a charity place or for more information, just get in touch with Natalia on 01273 722353 or email

Congratulations to our 2017 team

Run the Brighton Marathon for CharityWith the sun shining, it was an inspirational and emotional day cheering on our fantastic runners. Congratulations Moses, Oli, Kelly, Matt, Tim, Jennifer, Laura, Harry, Jack, Georgina, Jeremy and Jimmy!

“What was my experience running my first 10k at nearly 69 years old? I just hoped I would survive to the end! I was very happy to run for The Clock Tower Sanctuary.”
Jennifer, 2017 BM10K runner

“It was a demanding, gruelling, and challenging experience, which was totally rewarding, exhilarating, and inspiring. Running through Brighton and Hove wearing my charity vest made me feel proud of what I was achieving for myself personally, and just as importantly, what I was achieving on behalf of The Clock Tower Sanctuary”.
Nick Jones, 2016 Marathon runner