Liverpool Rock “N” Roll Marathon
- Activity: Running
- Location: Liverpool Waterfront
- Date: June each year
- Distance: 21km
- Difficulty: Challenging
- Age range: 18+
This half-marathon will give you a tour of Liverpool City Centre, with stops at world-famous landmarks. Starting at Albert Docks, a UNESCO World Heritage site, the route features The Cavern Club, home to The Beatles. There will also be a local band performing on each mile to keep your momentum going!
By taking part on behalf of Link Ethiopia, you will help us to continue our work in changing lives through education. With the money you raise, we will continue to sustain our school links, sponsorships and volunteering trips.
We will also support you with any help or resources you might need, to get you on the right foot with fundraising. Please fill out the contact form on this page if you have any questions.
The prices are staggered according to dates. Before April 30th, registration costs £33. From May 1st until June 7th, registration will cost £36. The last tickets will be available at the event packet pickup (12th & 13th June) and will cost £40. Please not that the last option is subject to availability.
Perks of the event include: a finisher’s medal, course support including a sports drink and nutrition bar, admission to the finish line festival, and entertainment from local bands along the course!
If you run for Link Ethiopia we will be on hand to give you the advice and information you need to achieve your fundraising goals. You will also get a spot in our hall of fame!
The event will take place on Sunday 14th June 2015.
The course will take you round Liverpool City Centre, starting and ending on the Liverpool Waterfront. Please click here for more information.
There is no fundraising minimum for this event.
If you’re running for Link Ethiopia, we will provide each team member with information to set up an online fundraising account, a fundraising pack, and guidance and support from our fundraising team to help you achieve your goals.
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