British 10K London Run

Widely regarded as the ‘world’s greatest road race route’, this popular 10K attracts more than 25,000 runners every year. 2014 runners will cover ground that was part of the route used for the Olympic marathons in 2012, and as ever there are many iconic sights to behold as participant’s battle their way around a course famed for its elegant surroundings.

Notable landmarks the runners will pass include St Paul’s Cathedral, the London Eye, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and St James’s Palace. Visit the British 10K London Run website and sneak a glimpse at the full list of amazing attractions – the scenery along this route does not disappoint!

18 runners raced for The Food Chain at the British 10K London Run 2013, raising over 6,000 pounds between them.


Sunday 13 July 2014, starting 9.35am

Number of places

We have 18 places - just 10 remain!


The start at Piccadilly outside the Guards & Calvary Club will be dressed once again with Union flags - as will the finish on Whitehall just north of the Cenotaph.

How we’ll support you

When you register you will receive a fundraising pack, a green Food Chain running vest and we'll put you in touch with the other runners so you can share training tips and fundraising ideas. On race day we cheer on the team and all get together for a well deserved picnic in the park afterwards.


We ask you to pledge to raise a minimum of 250 pounds for The Food Chain. Create an online fundraising page using Justgiving or Virgin Money Giving to get started.

How to Sign Up

Email Charlie on, or call 02078431801 for more information. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.