ORGANISERS of the Ealing Half Marathon have say public places have sold out, but charity places will remain open for a week in advance of the race on Sunday, September 30.

Runners have until Sunday (16) to run for one of the official race charities, Alzheimer’s Society or Cancer Research UK.

The event is a big favourite among the running community, boasting incredible community support and a superb atmosphere. This will be the seventh edition of the race and it is set to be the biggest yet.

The single-lap course follows a closed-road route through parts of Central Ealing, Montpelier, Pitshanger, West Ealing, Hanwell and St Stephens. It starts and finishes in Lammas Park.

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To run for Alzheimer’s Society go to A charity place costs £10 in registration fees and the minimum fund-raising target is £300. 

To run for Cancer Research UK go to Charity places are free and the minimum fund-raising target is £350.