Take on your own running challenge for CPT

Search the many fantastic running events taking place across the UK here. If you're already taking on your own challenge and would like to raise funds for The Cure Parkinson's Trust, we would love to hear from you. Read more

Tough Mudder 2019

Mud, teamwork, camaraderie and epic obstacles! Are you ready to take on a 2019 Tough Mudder challenge for CPT? Read more

Scottish 10k

The Scottish 10k is a brilliant fast, flat race which starts and finishes just outside Edinburgh at Musselburgh Racecourse; Scotland’s oldest racecourse. The route allows runners to take in the scenic coastal views along East Lothian’s famous golf coast before joining the Scottish Half Marathon runners to conquer the final furlong together. Read more

Scottish Half Marathon

The Scottish Half Marathon is the ultimate running experience combining fast, flat routes with picturesque views of East Lothian's famous golf coast. If you’re looking to set a personal best for a Half Marathon then the Scottish Half is the running event for you! Read more

Royal Parks Half Marathon 2019

The Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon has quickly become CPT's biggest challenge event of the year, and we want you to join us! Read more

Virgin Money London Marathon 2020

Take part in the most iconic marathon in the world in support of CPT! Read more

Edinburgh Half Marathon 2020

The Edinburgh Half Marathon has sold out every year since 2012 and is one of the largest half marathons in the UK, ideal if you’re looking to set a personal best or taking on your first half marathon for CPT! Read more

Edinburgh Marathon

The Edinburgh Marathon is a must for all running enthusiasts - voted the fastest marathon in the UK by Runner’s World in 2008 - it's perfect for those wanting to achieve a personal best or planning their first marathon. Read more

The Vitality London 10,000 (10k) 2020

The London 10,000 is a fantastic 10k run organised by the team behind the London Marathon. It starts and finishes in St James’s Park with runners passing many of London’s most famous sights. Read more