There are so many ways you can get involved with RunTogether, whether you just want to run in a group, challenge yourself, or take it a step further and become a Run Leader, Run Leader Mentor, Mental Health Champion or Ambassador, or help visually impaired people learn to run.
Find a marked RunTogether run route near you
If you’re looking for a new running route, RunTogether has over 250 routes for you to try. Located all over England, routes range in distance from 1 to 5km (0.6 to 3 miles). Routes have been developed by a range of local partners including local authorities, County Sports Partnerships and the Forestry Commission.
Setting up a group
Want to set up your own RunTogether running group? We've made it really easy, with online booking for your sessions on your own group page. Plus to help promote your group, we offer free support: a logo, marketing templates and a social media toolkit.
Become a Run Leader
Are you are a Runner looking to be a Run Leader to set up your own group? Or looking to support your Run Leader by becoming a Run Leader yourself so more group runs can take place?
Run Leader Mentors
Find a Run Leader Mentor or perhaps become one yourself. Run Leader Mentors can provide advice, guidance and support to Run Leaders. This could include session ideas, how to recruit new runners, using social media.
Guide running with visually impaired people
We have a training and licence scheme for people wanting to be Guide Runners to help support visually impaired individuals to run. Guide Runners and VI people can be matched up via our Find a Guide database.
Events and Challenges
RunTogether challenges came about during the Covid-19 pandemic. We have various events and challenges available for groups, plus we share challenges RunTogether groups have created themselves.
Running for mental health
We want everyone to #RunAndTalk to help promote mental wellbeing and to break down the stigma around mental health – that’s why #RunAndTalk is for people of any running ability.