Oxford Half Marathon 2022

When: Sunday, 16 October 2022

Where: Oxford 

Distance: 13.1 miles

Reg Fee: £10 (non refundable)

Minimum Fundraising Pledge: £250

The course takes runners through the pristine, winding streets of historic Oxford. The route begins in the city centre and passes through Old Marston village, the River Cherwell, Oxford University's impressive Lady Margaret Hall, before finally finishing on Parks Road.

The Oxford Half Marathon is the largest route outside of London that has chosen to go plastic-free. Here at the RSPCA we've made changes to reduce our impact on the environment too with RSPCA running vests made from recycled plastic bottles and no more single-use plastics at our cheer stations.

Charity Places

Join us for this popular half marathon through the historic streets of Oxford with a guaranteed charity place! Make your running count and help us rescue more injured, abandoned and abused animals across England and Wales. We have a limited number of places available, get yours today!

We ask for a non refundable registration fee of £10 to secure your place and a minimum sponsorship target of £250. The money raised from the Oxford Half Marathon will go towards rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming animals in need across England and Wales.

Secure your place today

Own Place 

Got your own place in the race? We would love you to join Team Animal and fundraise for the RSPCA using your own place. You can set your own fundraising target and will receive an RSPCA team animal running vest once you raise £50 plus all the great Team Animal benefits listed below.

Run for us with your own place

All our runners benefit from:

  • RSPCA team animal running vest made from recycled plastic bottles
  • Digital fundraising pack bursting with ideas to help you reach your target
  • Facebook group to talk to other RSPCA eventers before the race day and share your experiences.
  • Committed Events team on hand to help with your fundraising
  • A Team Animal Strava group to share your training progress with fellow Team Animal runners
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