Milton Keynes Half Marathon - Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Due to concerns over public safety, and in-keeping with current advice from the UK government regarding the current COVID19 outbreak, the organisers of the Milton Keynes Half Marathon have decided to postpone the event until 6th September 2020. Click here for an official statement and further details from the event organisers.

People can still register to take part in the event in September (see below), and if you have any questions in the meantime, please email

Milton Keynes Half Marathon, one of the most popular half marathons in the calendar, promises to be a great event again in 2019. Milton Keynes is not all concrete, roundabouts and boulevards, this course takes you through some of the most picturesque areas of Milton Keynes, alongside rivers and wetlands; it's not to be missed!

Secure a charity place

We would love you to join #TeamBones! We ask that you pledge to raise the minimum fundraising target displayed on this page and in return we'll provide all the support you need to make your challenge a huge success. To secure one of our guaranteed charity places simply click the ‘Join #TeamBones’ button and complete an online application form.

I’ve got my own place

If you have secured your on place in the event we would love for you to join our team! You will receive the same support as a charity place participant and there is no fundraising target, we simply ask that you raise as much as you can. To join the team follow the 'I have my own place' link and complete the online form.

Why join #TeamBones

As part of #TeamBones you will receive all of this…

  • A free fundraising pack
  • Technical #TeamBones running top
  • Iron on letters to personalise your running top
  • A dedicated contact to support you with your challenge
  • Free cheer packs to hand out to you supporters for race day
Most importantly we will provide you with an incredible reason to put in those months of training and fundraising, because you know that your efforts are going towards saving lives and improving outcomes for people affected by primary bone cancer.