Be part of Scotland’s biggest running festival!

  • When: 25th – 26th May 2024
  • What: Multiple Distance Races
  • Where: Edinburgh, UK
  • Distance: Various: from 5k to Full Marathon
  • Registration fee: From £15 to £30 (depending on the event chosen)
  • Minimum fundraising pledge: From £150 to £500 (depending on the event chosen)

Edinburgh Marathon Festival is now in its 19th year and takes place from Saturday 28 – Sunday 29 May 2022. This ever-growing festival of running is now a major event in the Scottish sporting calendar. Starting in Edinburgh, the course heads out through East Lothian offering stunning views and an unforgettable running experience.

The full weekend of events attracts over 30,000 runners, with thousands more lining the course to support. There are 9 races on offer over two days including the marathon, half marathon, team relay, 10k, 5k and junior races.

Join #TeamGreen

Download our Edinburgh Marathon Festival registration form and return it by email or post. You can apply to run in any of the following events:

  • Full Marathon: £30 registration fee, £500 fundraising target
  • Half Marathon: £15 registration fee, £350 fundraising target
  • Hairy Haggis Team Relay: £30 registration fee, £500 fundraising target
  • 10k: £20 registration fee, £200 fundraising target
  • 5k: £15 registration fee, £150 fundraising target

Why run for us?

By running in a Big Fun Run event for Renewable World you will be helping us bring clean, sustainable energy to some of the world’s most remote communities.

As part of our team you’ll receive:

  • FREE Renewable World running t-shirt
  • FREE fundraising pack full of top tips and advice on training and how to reach your fundraising target
  • Extensive pre-race support from a dedicated member of staff
  • Any information about Renewable World that you may need to show sponsors the difference their money will make.

Need Help?

+ 44 (0)1273 076 050

Renewable World
1st & 2nd Floor Offices
161 Edward Street

Photos courtesy of Edinburgh Marathon Festival