When: Sunday 28 April  anytime between 10:30am - 3:30pm

Where: Just before the Mile 18 Marker, north side. Canary Wharf, London E14

Please joins us at Leukaemia UK's London Marathon route cheering point!

We will be there waving Giant Foam hands ready to cheer our amazing London Marathon Leukaemia UK team.

Whether you are supporting someone who is running the London Marathon for Leukaemia UK or simply wish to cheer our amazing runners, please join us. We will have a limited number of Leukaemia UK tshirts as well for the supporters who join us at our cheering point.

Please join us if you're living in London or you can easily get down to our cheer point along the route.

If you wish to join us, all you have to do is fill in this contact form and provide your name, email address and whether you will cheering a family member or friend and we will send you further information about the cheering point closer to the date. Please also state whether any other friends or family members will be joining you at the cheering point.

We look forward to seeing you at our cheering point! We will be stationed just before the 18 Mile Marker, on the North Side.

Thank you for your interest in supporting Leukaemia UK. If you have any questions or queries about our cheering point, please do not hesitate to contact us on [email protected]. Thank you.

Information for London Marathon day:

Our cheering point we based just before the Mile 18 marker (north side) on Marsh Wall. The closest Tube/DLR stations are Canary Wharf and Heron Quays.

Please note that it may not be possible to cross the barriers (on Marsh Wall) so if you are coming from the south side i.e. South Quay DLR station you may not be able to join us – so we do not recommend you try this option to reach our cheering point.

Click on this link to find out where the Mile 18 Marker is. As the runners approach us we will be on their right hand side (north side).

As promised, we will have a limited amount of cheering materials including Tshirts, balloons and giant foam hands.

We’ll be as close as possible to the Mile 18 marker – so look out for the big Leukaemia UK flag banners! Some key staff will also be wearing bright orange Leukaemia UK running vests.