London Landmarks Half Marathon

Running Westminster and the City
to raise funds for better treatments for men with prostate cancer

01 August 2021

This spectacular half marathon takes in many of London’s key landmarks as it winds through the City and Westminster. 

Our team of 10 are running to raise £5,000 towards the £50,000 launch costs for Prost8’s 1 in 8 campaign in August this year, fighting for the 1 in 8 men who will get prostate cancer in their lifetime. 

Once launched, the 1 in 8 campaign aims to raise the £3m needed to buy, donate and deploy the first six minimally invasive focal therapy treatment suites into strategic NHS hospitals across the UK.  
What is focal therapy – click here?

In the next 10 years alone in the UK, a staggering 500,000 men will receive a new prostate cancer diagnosis.  Up to 120,000 of those will have low to medium grade, treatable cancer and could benefit from newer, cutting edge, minimally invasive treatments.   BUT, incredibly, right now, almost all will only be offered the same invasive, lifestyle-changing treatments as men with advanced cancers.

THIS IS JUST SO WRONG – so please help Prost8 to change this sooner rather than later.  After all, it could be you or a loved one who is the next ‘1 in 8’ so help make sure that the best treatment options are ready and available, just in case…..

More information on the run can be found at or on our website at

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Why not come along to our cheer station on the day, situated on The Embankment right opposite the London Eye, to say hello and cheer on our fabulously dedicated runners.

The London Landmarks Half Marathon is a closed road, central London run and is the only half marathon to go through both the City of London and City of Westminster.  The race starts by The Strand, finishes by Downing Street and has fabulous views of London’s most iconic landmarks including Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral, Nelson’s Column, the Gherkin, the Shard, the Tower of London and the London Eye.

more information on the route at