London Marathon News
Seven runners are hoping to raise £12,250 to help some of the UK’s most vulnerable children and young people, by running this year’s London Marathon (Sunday 26 April).
We are excited to announce that the main use of the incredible £371,000 donated so far will be to support young people at risk of poor mental health, through 3.7 – a project working with secondary schools.
Matt Campbell’s untimely death has led to donations in excess of £367,000.
Thank you and well done to two runners who raised money for Brathay by running the hottest London Marathon on record.
In the week since Matt Campbell died we’ve been astonished and overwhelmed by the response from people in the UK and all over the world.
Last night over 500 of Matt’s family, friends, colleagues, fellow runners, Brathay staff and the broader local Cumbrian community run the last 3.7 miles of the ASICS Windermere Marathon
We’ve had an amazing amount of both emotional and financial support in recent days following the devastating, untimely death of Matt Campbell.
We have been overwhelmed by the donations received in Matt's memory.
It was with huge sadness that we received the news of Matt Campbell’s death at this year’s London Marathon.
A huge thank you to you both.
Matt Campbell is back with a sub 3hr target in mind