London - Regent's Park
Race details for the Race for Life London - Regent's Park 5k 2014 event. Distance (Kilometres) Time Entry details Sat 31 May 2014
This venue is suitable for wheelchair users with assistance.
2015 early bird vouchers
You can now purchase your 2015 voucher for £10 - a third off the normal adult entry fee. Buy your early bird voucher now.
Show cancer who’s boss by taking on a 5k or a 10k Race for Life event. Run, walk or dance your way through the course and help us say "cancer we're coming to get you."
Adult entry (16+ women-only) - £14.99
Child entry (6-15 girls and boys under 13) - £10
Under 6 entry (boys and girls) - free and no registration needed
You and your friends can also take part by volunteering. Our events can't take place without the hundreds of people who give up their time for a few hours to set up the courses and get everyone in the Race for Life mood. Find out more and register to be a volunteer.
The course starts on a tree lined avenue within Regent’s Park and takes a scenic route along the inner paths of the park, starting and finishing on Broadwalk.
The meeting point will be located in the main event area, near to the enquiries marquee. Please look for signage when you get to site.
On the day
Don’t forget to bring your friends and family along to support you. They can stroll around the many stalls we’ll have on site, while waiting to cheer you through the finish.
Map and directions
To prevent congestion, we strongly recommend you use public transport or car share to your Race for Life event.
Please plan your route before your event to ensure you arrive on time. For help planning your route, visit or call:
- National Rail Enquiries 08457 484950
- Traveline (public transport information) 0871 200 2233
- AA Routefinder
Parking and travel information
Please arrive at least an hour before the start of your Race for Life event to avoid queuing.
There is no parking available at this venue
Please check TFL before your journey - www.tfl.gov.uk
The closest stations to this event are Regent’s Park and Great Portland Street.