With three cheer stations boasting cheerleaders, amazing singers and talented musicians as well as doctors and nurses their cheer stations were not to be missed!


Cancer Research UK

Celebrated London’s West End wonders, the public were treated to an acapella choir singing hit songs, face painting and cheerers dressed as famous musical characters.


The British Heart Foundation

With their red route master bus they honoured London’s iconic red landmarks.



Had a cheer squad to rival the crowds of Super Saturday back in 2012! Celebrating the Olympics they  encouraged runners to achieve their best. There were cheer leaders, Olympic coloured balloons and a fantastic choir.


Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity

Having been gifted the rights to Peter Pan, Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity cheered on runners  from aboard the Jolly Roger! There were swashbuckling pirates, battle music and family fun!



As runners passed three and a half miles they were reminded to ‘mind the gap’ as they travelled through London’s newest station! Spectators climbed aboard a land train and tipped train driver's hats to the runners!



Celebrating the 1986 launch of Childline the NSPCC’s cheer station was a children’s party with everything you expect including balloons, music and party bags!

The Royal British Legion

Commemorating the end of the First World War the Royal British Legion’s choir performed outside St Paul’s Cathedral.


Alzheimer’s Research UK

Were based in Cheapside and celebratedLondon's markets throughout the ages with colourful stalls and classic barrow boy antics!


Parkinson’s UK

Focusing on London's street parties, they treated the crowds to a steel band, games for all the family and an abundance of bunting and balloons.



Celebrated a little known gem amongst our capital’s museums, The London Cartoon Museum, there were colourful characters, costumes and balloons!


Prostate Cancer UK

Prostate Cancer UK raised a glass to runners and championed London’s old and hidden pubs. Taking spectators on 15th century journey the dress code was bow ties, top hats and Houppelandes!


Macmillan Cancer Support

Brought to life London’s first coffee house. Spectators enjoyed a cuppa whilst playing games and marvelling at a London skyline created in biscuits!


WAC Arts

WAC Arts showcased the dance and music talents of young people whose voices are often unheard and hidden.



As they were based at the remains of the old London Bridge their cheer station celebrated nursery rhymes. There was music to motivate and favourite childhood characters a plenty!


The Alzheimer’s Society

Celebrated London’s beautiful gardens by creating a cheer station featuring their charity symbol, the Forget-Me-Not. They showered runners with confetti petals and brightened up the route with floral decorations.