Homeless charity Crisis have opened registration for the 20th annual Square Mile Run on 14 June.
The route starts at Paternoster Square, crosses Blackfriars Bridge and follows the river down to the London Eye before looping back over Southwark and the Millennium bridges to the finish line. There will also be a separate relay race on 13 June.
Crisis hopes to raise at least £160,000 from the event and asks that each runner raise a minimum of £200. Since it started in 1992 the charity has raised £2m which has helped Crisis continue to provide essential services to homeless and vulnerably housed people across the UK.
To see what £200 means to Crisis and to the homeless and vulnerably-housed people the charity supports, click here.
The Square Mile Run is sponsored by Rabobank and takes place on 14 June with the relay on 13 June. Both races begin at 7pm. Visit the Crisis website for more information and online registration.