Register your interest for 2015
All we ask is that you guarantee to raise a minimum of £2,100 in sponsorship money if you use one of our Gold Bond Places.
If you have your own place and would like to join our Marathon Team you are required to only raise a minimum of £300. All ages, speeds and abilities are encouraged to join our team and help the cause.
If you would like a place, please contact our London Marathon co-ordinator Holly Colvin on 020 7025 0009 or email on email@example.com. Please join us in 2015 and help give young people, particularly those with special needs, a sporting chance.
Benefits of running for the Lord's Taverners
Each team member receives spectacular benefits making them the envy of many other runners.
- A welcome pack
- Monthly newsletters with top tips for training, nurtitrion and injury prevention
- A chance to meet all the other runners in our team
- A complimentary running kit
- Organised training runs in the South of England.
- Special post run recovery- champagne, massages and snacks
- Marathon After Party
2014 Virgin London Marathon
This year 37 heroes and heroines ran for the Lord's Taverners. As a team, they managed to raise a grand total of £128,000 to help more disadvantaged and disabled children take part in sport for the first time.
We cannot thank enough. all the runners who took part in what was the London Marathon's best ever year.
John Ayling, Roddy Barrow, Trudi Baker, Duncan Bennet, Phil Brown, Liam Byrne, Johnathan Callister, Leo Callow, Craig Chisnall, Rob Ditcham, Caitlin Donovan, Claudine Falla, Amy Francis, Paul Grayson, Caro Greenwood, Clem Griggs, Philippa Hennessy, Chris Hunkin, Tim Jenkins, Huw Jones, Richard Latimer, Gordon Lord, Chris Markham, Rory McCann, Gemma Morgan, Alison Neate, Natalie O'Neill, Tim Payton, Andrew Reynolds, Brendan Roche, George Sellors, Nigel Stockill, John Taylor, Leanne Ward, Ben Wigley, Katie Wignall, Stuart Wright.
To view photos of Team Taverners in action please visit our Facebook page.
Thank you to everyone who has donated, supported and cheered our runners on this year – without your help the event would not have been such a phenomenal success.