What time does the London summer run start? on-running.com/london-lab Event schedule Tuesdays 6pm R/O/C run club Wednesdays 6pm Running drills clinic Thursdays 6pm Expert speaker series with The Running Channel Saturdays 10am S&C for runners with Third Space Location 31 New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3EY Unlock your running potential with a truly immersive experience

What is London Winter Run? The Cancer Research UK London Winter Run is a 10k challenge through the heart of the city, passing world famous landmarks, and instantly recognisable areas that have been given a winter spin.

Can you walk the London winter run? Whether you sprint, run, walk, hop, skip or crawl it, it doesn’t matter how you complete the challenge, it’s suitable for all abilities. Who doesn’t love a bit of healthy competition and the chance to earn prizes?! It’s completely free to enter (there’s no catch or upgrade option etc).

What time does the London winter run start? Start times range between 9am and 10:30am. Individual start times are now available here. Runners will be allocated start times based on their estimated finish times.

What time does the London summer run start? – Additional Questions

Is the London winter run flat?

The route was flat, and it was enjoyable passing through the city’s landmarks such as St Pauls Cathedral etc. Several runners were wearing Cancer Research UK tops.

How long is the winter run?

The Cancer Research UK London Winter Run is a 10k challenge through the heart of the capital, passing world famous landmarks, and instantly recognisable environments.

Is it worth visiting London in winter?

As January and February are generally quieter times to visit London, they’re a good time to go if you want to visit some of the city’s big attractions without being overrun by the crowds – with the added benefit of some wicked January sales.

Is it OK to visit London in December?

December is the most magical month to visit London, with lots of festive things to do as Londoners celebrate Christmas and New Year. Book ahead to enjoy Christmas pantomimes and shows, or join a Christmas tour of London and beyond.

Is London fun in the winter?

Are you planning a trip to London in winter? Get your woolly hat and gloves ready, it’s a lot of fun. Having lived in the city for many years we can assure you that London is a city that embraces its cold and brisk weather patterns. So there are plenty of things to do in London in winter even on the greyest of days.

Can you visit London in December?

December is one of the coldest times of the year to visit London, UK, when the temperatures are low and the chance of rainfall is high. At this time of year, the average temperature for the month is 6°C which changes as the month progresses. I would recommend warm clothes and wet weather protection.

What are the rainiest months in London?

Rainfall in London

The number of rainy days (with more than 0.25mm of rainfall) is fairly consistent throughout the year, with between 11 and 15 rainy days every month. Overall rainfall is highest in November and August (64mm and 59mm respectively) and is lowest in March and April (37mm each).

How many days in London is enough?

A solo trip to London can be an amazing way to see the city, and I would recommend planning for at least 4-5 days to really get a feel for everything.

What is the best month to go to London?

The best time to visit London is March through May when the temperatures are mild and the city’s parks are green and blooming. However, late spring – along with summer – is also prime tourist season, and hotel and flight prices reflect the surge.

What is the cheapest month to travel to London?

The most affordable time to visit London will almost always be the winter months of January and February, as the holiday season is over and there’s not a whole lot going on. Hotels in London are almost always busy, so there usually isn’t a season in which you can expect much better prices on your hotel room.

What should I wear in London in the summer?

Dressing for summer in London means lots of colour and light fabrics, but you still need to be prepared for a chance of rain. Always check the weather forecast before heading out for the day as you may need a light jumper or cardigan for later in the evening or a thin jacket or rain mac in case of a change in weather.

How hot is London in July?

July Weather in London

In fact, July and August are the hottest and sunniest months of the year in London. The average temperature is a comfortable 73 F (23 C), while in the evenings, temperatures can drop to 52 F (11 C).

How do I not look like a tourist in London?

  1. Don’t get the Heathrow Express.
  2. Get your Oyster Card ready.
  3. Use the Tube – but not too much!
  4. Don’t use the tourist bus – use these instead.
  5. Use your phone.
  6. Avoid Oxford Street.
  7. Avoid Leicester Square.
  8. Visit the museums at night.

Is July or August hotter in UK?

On average in the UK, July is the warmest month and June is the sunniest while the rainfall totals throughout the UK in summer can be rather variable.

Do people wear shorts in London?

No one cares what you wear in London – apart from certain restaurants – so wear what yoou want. It isn’t too cold to wear shorts in London at all. Last year during 5 months ‘gardening leave’ I probably wore shorts 80% of the time, including in the city.

What should you not wear in London?

To avoid standing out as a tourist, avoid items like original UGG boots, clunky tennis shoes, flip flops, and sweatpants. London clothes look presentable at all times; your goal is to maintain a comfortable look, while exuding femininity and edge.

Where should you avoid in London?

Here’s a roundup of 11 places you should avoid (if possible) when visiting London.
  • Restaurants In Leicester Square.
  • Oxford Street.
  • City of London (On A Weekend)
  • Large Commercial Shopping Centres.
  • Canary Wharf.
  • The London Eye (for views)
  • The Shard (for views)
  • Madame Tussauds.