Take a look at our upcoming events below to find the right one for you. Whether you’re taking part solo or in a team, there’s plenty to choose from. Your support means so much to us.

However you choose to support we are here to help. To discuss or find out more please get in touch at:

fundraising@melanomafocus.org

Royal Parks Half Marathon 2022

Join Team Melanoma Focus for the Royal Parks Half Marathon 2022

The Royal Parks Half Marathon is one of the capital’s most scenic running events and welcomes thousands of runners every year.

This stunning central London Half Marathon takes in some of the capital’s world-famous landmarks on closed roads, and four of London’s eight Royal Parks – Hyde Park, The Green Park, St James’s Park and Kensington Gardens.

Virtual London Marathon 2022

Join Team Melanoma Focus for the Virtual TCS Money London Marathon 2022

If you’ve always dreamed of being part of the London Marathon, but are not able to travel to the capital, are unsure you’ll ever be able to run 26.2 miles in one go, or have simply never been successful in the ballot, we have a solution for you: join our team and take part in the virtual TCS London Marathon on Sunday 2 October 2022!

100 Miles in May 2022

This is your year to shine!

It’s time to make a difference and help raise vital funds for melanoma focus and SKCIN.

The 100 Miles in May challenge is back again this year BIGGER and BETTER. We are proud to be working together for another year and we’d love you to join us.

Great North Run 2022

Join Team Melanoma Focus in September for the Great North Run 2022

Feel the region come alive when the Great North Run comes to town and soak up the big event experience by taking on the world’s biggest half marathon.

Melanoma 1000

Join TeamMelanoma for our virtual challenge and complete 1000 miles any way you like

Run, jog, walk, cycle or swim it’s your choice. Sign up as a personal challenge or take part as a team. Every mile counts in the fight against Melanoma!

You will have up to 7 months to complete the challenge. It’s the equivalent of roughly 4.7 miles every day to hit the 1000-mile target!