World AIDS Day Red Run

Victoria Park, 26 Nov 2017

Don’t miss your opportunity to support Living Well and take part in one of the UK’s largest World AIDS Day community events – the 8th annual World AIDS Day Red Run.

World AIDS Day Red Run

Taking place on 26 November 2017, the World AIDS Day Red Run is a 5k or 10k fun run through Hackney’s leafy Victoria Park to raise awareness of, and vital funds for, 25 HIV Organisations across the UK, including Living Well.

To take part in the Red Run click the REGISTER NOW button below and complete the registration. And if you want to raise money for Living Well then make sure to select that you’ll be running for us.


On the day 1,000 people are expected so check-in will open at 11:15 and the Red Run ribbon cutting will start at 12:15. Starbucks will be keeping you warm with hot drinks whilst DJs and fabulous hosts will be keeping you entertained leading up to the official start. There will also be a few sections of the AIDS Memorial Quilt on display.

We’ll also be hosting an after run BBQ and party with mulled wine in a gigantic heated tepee compliments of the People’s Park Tavern.

The route is contained in the park, with little incline/decline, is chipped timed and is open to everyone of all levels, ages and abilities. The route is wheelchair accessible and all are welcome, for whatever reason. The Red Run is also perfect for mid season training.

Every runner receives a medal and timed results will be available on the day and sent via text message. The start and finish line will be located next to Harriers Hall (Cadogan Terrace)


  • £15 registration fee
  • Victoria Park, London
  • 26 November 2017
  • 11:15 run day check-in opens
  • Changing and toilet facilities
  • 5k and 10k courses available
  • Start/Finish @ Harriers Hall (E9 5EG)
  • Medals!!!
  • 12:15 ribbon cutting
  • Chipped timed (texted and printed)
  • Secure onsite bag check
  • Official T-shirt!!!
  • REGISTER NOW before 23 November 2017
  • Pre-Run entertainment
  • Post-Run BBQ and party
  • All ages and abilities are welcome!
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