19 April

23-Mile Club to run the TCS London Marathon supporting The Lord Mayor's Appeal

Meet the 23-Mile Running Club.

First established to prepare a team of City of London Corporation (CoLC) marathon runners for the first London Marathon on 29 March 1981, they have competed in every London Marathon since.

This Sunday 23 April, a team will don their running shoes and set out to concur the TCS London Marathon's 26.2 miles while running club friends and familes will man a marathon water station. For many years this was outside the Dowgate Fire station in the Square Mile, along the route past mile marker 23 - hence the name '23-Mile Running Club'. 

We'd like to wish all of the 23-Mile Club runners the best of luck and to say a big thanks to all those supporters who have raised £3,850 so far for The Lord Mayor’s Appeal.

Watch this space for post-race updates! 

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