4oth Anniversary Race
RUN IT YOUR WAY AND RAISE MONEY FOR NAVY WINGS
London Marathon 2020
Take on the virtual Virgin Money London Marathon for Navy Wings and help ensure we’re still here in future years to keep our iconic Aircraft flying. This year marks the 40th Anniversary Race and you can still take part by completing 26.2 miles marathon distance on Sunday 4 October 2020 from home or wherever you are on a course of your choice.
Your Run – Your Charity
With 24 hours to complete the full distance, you can take as long as you need to complete it and stop and start as you need throughout the time. Why not organise a team of runners? Or ask your family and friends to cheer you on around your local sports fields?
This will be a London Marathon like never before, and we’re calling on you to join our team and help raise vital funds to keep Fleet Air Arm history alive!
Sign up to take a charity place
Registration is free and we ask that you raise a minimum of £100 as part of our team fundraising effort to raise vital funds. Register here now.
Have your own place already?
If you’ve already bought your place in this event, we would love to welcome you to the team as an own place runner.
Why get involved?
Navy Wings is proud to announce that we are well on our way to building a bigger and better collection of aircraft to be preserved and viewed at our heritage hangar in Somerset. We fly our aircraft across the country at some of the world’s largest air shows and we strive to inspire, educate and remember our Fleet Air Arm family. Whether you’re an ex -veteran or had a relative who fought in a historic battle in the FAA, or whether you’re an enthusiast; you’re welcome to join our Navy Wings
Family and help preserve what we believe is worth saving.
Register or join us in this fantastic event and you can receive the following :
- Training tips and tailored support from our training partner
- Your own London Marathon finishing medal and t-shirt
- Fundraising support to help you smash your individual target and our team fundraising effort
- A Hero’s welcome to our heritage hangar after the race