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London Marathon - Sunday 2 October 2022

The London Marathon takes place on Sunday 2 October 2022 and once again we will have runners taking part in both the virtual and actual race.

We thank all of our runners for their dedication and their help in raising money for us. 

Entries for 2022 are now closed. In 2023, the London Marathon will take place on Sunday 23 April - if you are interested for 2023, please send an email to enquiries@headwaysurrey.org with your contact details.

See our runners so far:


Shalaleh Tarbiat

Actual London Marathon Runner

I am a Marathoner who loves running outdoors for HEADWAY SURREY because everyone deserves a happier healthier life. 

I live in Canada and I have been waiting since the beginning of the pandemic to run the Actual London Marathon.   

I ran the Virtual London Marathon in Canada in 2020 as a warm up, but now I am really excited that it is finally happening and I am running in the UK on 2nd October 2022. 

I am hoping to raise £2,500.


Felix, Gus and Charlie London Marathon Team

Actual London Marathon

This October, Gus Knott, Felix Samengo-Turner and Charlie Shipperley will be running the London Marathon for Headway Surrey. 

Their aim is to raise funds £6,000 or more for a fantastic cause that helps so many individuals and families.


Wayne Ford

Actual London Marathon

Wayne as kindly stepped in at the last minute to replace someone could not take part. Here is what  Wayne says on his sponsorship page:

"I've come forward and accepted this challenge. Please support me whilst I run my first London marathon 2022."

We wish him every success on his inaugural run.


Sheila Hartley

Virtual London Marathon

I decided to try and raise money for Headway Surrey after hearing Sonja speak on our local radio station. My aim is to complete the Virtual TCS 2022 London Marathon in Spain.

Headway Surrey is a great charity, their aim is to enable adults in Surrey to live well with their acquired brain injury, to be independent and to support their families. To do this we offer a range of services to help with memory, information processing, decision making, managing fatigue, understanding the brain and cognition, emotional and behavioural changes.

We provide peer support opportunities and social groups to enable independence and motivation to achieve their best. We support as many people as we can back into employment or volunteering. "You are my lifeline!".


How you can Help Us

Donate to Headway Surrey

We rely on voluntary donations to continue to provide vital services to brain injury survivors and their families. There are many ways to make a donation

Volunteer

Whatever your skills and experience - we can find you a role.

Fundraising

It is surprisingly easy to help raise funding for Headway Surrey.