The Milton Keynes Winter Half Marathon returns again on the 12th and 13th December 2020 for a beautiful, scenic, single lap, traffic-free anti-clockwise route around the city of Milton Keynes. You will need to pinch yourself while running that you are actually in a city as you run along the Grand Union Canal and return via the linear parks that run throughout Milton Keynes.
Due to extremely popular demand the MK Winter Half will now take place the weekend of the 12th and 13th of December to allow for more entries whilst remaining COVID-19 safe. This means there will be one Winter Half Marathon on Saturday and one Winter Half Marathon on Sunday.
Registration for the event on Sunday 13th December is sold out, entries will only be admitted to Saturday 12th December. The price and rewards for both events will be the same.
Entries for the Saturday event will be capped at 940.
If you would like to change from the Sunday event into the Saturday event please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Should places become available in the Sunday event due to participants changing event day, Sunday places will become available for purchase.
Please view the multiple parking locations around the venue below.
Registration/Information Tent 0800-1100hrs
Race Starts 0900-1100hrs
Venue Closes 1500hrs
Registration/Information Tent 0800hrs -1100hrs
Race Starts 0900-1100hrs
Venue closes: 1500hrs
1st, 2nd and 3rd male and female (Fastest over both days)
1st 40+ male & female
1st 50+ male & female
1st 60+ male & female
Prizes to be mailed out to winners after the event.
Willen Hospice is the official charity partner of the MK Winter Half Marathon 2020. Big Cow Sports are proud to partner with a charity that makes such a difference to people with life-limiting illnesses and their families. Please consider helping us raise vital funds either by making a donation or running in aid of Willen Hospice and raising sponsorship.
“We are proud to be one of the best-loved charities in Milton Keynes, because of the difference we make for people with life-limiting illnesses and at the end of their lives. While we can’t change the diagnosis, we can improve the quality of life of our patients as they face and come to terms with their illness. We help our patients to live as well as they possibly can, we listen to their needs and we also support their families. Dedicated teams provide a range of support including treatment at the Hospice or in patient’s homes; bereavement support for family members; and therapeutic services. We also work closely with GPs, hospitals, community nursing staff and social workers to make sure that our specialist care is practical, informed and supportive at all levels.”
Our vision is to always be there to care. To provide that care free of charge, we rely on the generosity of the local community in helping raise £4.7 million every year – that’s £9 every minute of the day.”
New for 2020, we are offering free entry to volunteers who help marshal at our events throughout the year. These free places are based on equivalent event type. For example if you marshal at this years MK Winter Half you can get free entry into next years MK Winter Half or MK Autumn Run. Click here for more information!