Remember all those promises you made yourself in December about getting healthier and having more adventures? Well the time has come to make good on them…

Entry for our 2020 sporting events is now OPEN! Check out what’s coming up on our events page or contact Jo, our Community & Events Manager, at or on 020 3096 7887.

Hearing about some of the grants awarded by ERUK over the past few years has been fantastic, particularly knowing the money raised by friends, family and myself has helped towards funding them is a great feeling.
Oli, supporter

If you already have your own place in any of these events, we would love for you to be part of #TeamERUK! Contact Jo to get hold of all the materials you will need to start fundraising.

Whether you’re a seasoned athlete or it’s your first event, you’ll receive:

–         a striking, high quality ERUK running vest, T-shirt or cycling jersey

–         dedicated fundraising support

–         help with promotion on social media

–         cheering packs for your support team

–         and our eternal gratitude!

Push yourself, get fit and support vital research into epilepsy in the process!

RideLondon, Sunday 16 August
London – Surrey

Celebrating the legacy of cycling created by the Olympics, RideLondon begins in the Olympic Park, follows closed roads through the capital and onto Surrey’s spectacular country roads and scenery before returning to London for a ‘picture perfect’ finish on The Mall.

Speak to Jo today to secure your place in “the world’s greatest festival of cycling.”

Marathon runner

Great North Run, Sunday 13 September
Newcastle upon Tyne

ERUK are going all out for the Great North Run 2020, with a marquee, staff cheer squad and after-party – there’ll even be a chance to sample some of the cheapest prosecco on the market!

Join the 50,000+ runners taking on the world’s most popular half marathon and sign up for this truly special occasion today.

Our work is only made possible by people like you. Thank you for being part of this powerful community working together to achieve a life free from epilepsy.