5 perfect post-marathon mews for a relaxed stroll

This Sunday, our incredible office manager, Laura Rogers, will be lacing up her running shoes and hitting the streets of London for a remarkable cause. She’s running the London Marathon to support Lung + Asthma UK, a cause close to her heart and we couldn’t be prouder of her dedication and determination!

The London Marathon Route: Significant Landmarks & Mile Markers

The London Marathon route is not just about running; it’s a journey through the rich history and iconic landmarks of London. Laura and thousands of others will pun past historic sites and you as a spectator can enjoy them too as you cheer your loved ones on. For significant mile markers and landmarks that we think are well worth trying to visit, or even just to familiarise yourself with the route, head to:

  • Mile 6: Cutty Sark
  • Mile 12: Tower Bridge
  • Mile 18: Canary Wharf
  • Mile 22: The Tower of London
  • Mile 25: The London Eye 
  • Mile 25: Big Ben
  • Mile 26: Buckingham Palace

Exploring London’s Mews Streets After The Race

After crossing the marathon finish line near Buckingham Palace on the Mall, many head straight to a pub or restaurant to celebrate. However, why not wind down with your family by taking a leisurely stroll through some of London’s charming mews streets? It’s a delightful way to relax and appreciate the city’s unique character after the race. We recommend:

  • Buckingham Mews
  • Brook’s Mews
  • Balfour Mews
  • Hay’s Mews
  • Market Mews
Brook’s Mews, Photo © Everchanging Mews

Supporting a Great Cause: Asthma + Lung UK

As Laura runs through the streets and mews of London, she’ll be raising vital funds and awareness for Asthma + Lung UK. This charity plays a crucial role in supporting those affected by lung conditions and asthma, providing essential research, education, and support. We’re sending all our best wishes and positive vibes to Laura as she takes on the London Marathon; her dedication to both her training and supporting a meaningful cause is truly inspiring.

Go Laura! Let’s make this London Marathon a memorable one!