Sign up to the Regent's Park Run
Saturday 18 March 2017
Regent's Park, London
Run for fun or challenge yourself at the Regent's Park Run, with the choice of 5k or 10k and join our fight against heart disease. The route is mainly flat and on tarmac paths, so ideal for all ages and fitness levels. The event is also fully accessible for wheelchair users. The Park is also home to the world famous London Zoo, so look out for camels and other exoctic species on your way round!
Early bird pricing finishes on 6 January 2017
Your entry fee covers the cost of organising the event. It's the money you raise that powers our life saving research.
Runners under 18 must register by completing a downloadable entry form. On event day they must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Running with family, friends or colleagues? Enter your team name and team leader's name when you sign up.
Your entry includes
- Training guidance
- Fundraising support
- Medical support
- An exclusive BHF Heart Runners technical t-shirt (collect on the day)
- Full route signing
- A medal for all finishers
- Water on the finish line
If you would like more information on any of our events, get in touch Monday - Friday 09:00 - 17:00:
Tel: 0845 130 8663
Email: [email protected]
Make your travel plans
Cumberland South, Cumberland Green,
Inner Circle of Chester Road,
Head for the Espresso Bar, (formerly the Cow and Coffee Bean, coffee shop) which is marked on all the 'You are Here' maps at the entrance to the park.
Map of Regent's Park.
The post code for Sat Nav's is NW1 4NR, but this is for guidance only as the park covers a large area. There will be Pay and Display parking available, but please note, spaces are limited.
Find out more about disabled parking and toilets access at Regent's Park
By public transport
Regent's Park is easily accessible by tube or bus:
- The nearest tube station is Regent's Park.
- The number 2, 13, 18, 27, 30, 74, 82, 113, 139, 189, 274, 453 and C2 buses all stop nearby.
We want to put a stop to the devastation caused by heart disease, through our live saving research and we rely on your fundraising to ensure this work can continue. Together we will improve the lives of babies born with heart defects, find the genes that cause inherited heart conditions and one day find a cure for heart failure and heart disease.
We are asking everyone to raise at least £50 per person in sponsorship from this event.
Creating an online fundraising page is the easiest way to raise money. It takes a few minutes to set up and you can then share the link easily with family and friends via social media and email. Remember, you're taking part in an amazing challenge - people will want to support you.
Create your fundraising page
Take a look at our fundraising guide for more ideas, tips and support to help you smash your target.
Lots of companies operate Matched Giving schemes that can double the amount of money you raise. Find out if your employer operates a scheme and if they will match what you raise. Remind them that it's tax efficient for them and it benefits the BHF.
Get fit for your challenge
Improve your fitness levels before taking part, and plan your training with expert tips and advice in our running training zone.
Being active is an important part of reducing your risk of developing cardiovascular disease. Get more heart health tips.
Make sure you have the right kit
Take a look at our recommended running kit list for what to wear on the day and what to bring with you. You'll receive your participant number in the post just before the event.
Our events could not happen without the help of our fantastic volunteers. If you, or a family member or friend would like to help in the lead up to this event or on event day then please get in touch with us and we'll send you more information.
At the start
|09:30 - 10:30
|| 5k & 10k run registration is open
|| 5k & 10k run Safety briefing
|| 5k & 10k run Warm up
|| 5k & 10k run starts
There will be a baggage store on site with a suggested donation of £1.00 to us.
Toilets are located at start/finish area. Water will be available on the finish line, and at a water stop for 10k runners.
There are cafes in Regents Park offering delicious hot and cold food and drinks.Find out more about the facilities available at Regent's Park.
Friends and family are very welcome to come along and encourage you around the course. Dogs, on tight leads, are also welcome as part of the cheering squad or why not bring them along for the challenge.
The event is fully signed and marshalled, with first aid cover throughout.