As the city gears up for the iconic London Marathon, set to take place on April 21st, 2024, runners can look forward to a refreshing reward at select Stonegate Group pubs across London. In a gesture of appreciation for the dedication and perseverance of marathon participants, several renowned London pubs are offering a complimentary drink to runners on the day of the marathon.

To take advantage this special offer, runners must pre-book at a participating site, while the offer is valid. Upon booking, runners should mention the code “RUNFORDRINK” either in the special requests box online or when speaking with a team member over the phone – and don’t forget your badge! Each runner will receive one complimentary drink on April 21, 2024, with the option to extend the offer to their group members who show their London Marathon Runners Badge.

The offer is subject to terms and conditions, including specific product availability and the discretion of the pub manager. It cannot be exchanged for a cash alternative and is valid only on the specified date.

Shawn Grant, Senior Sales Business Partner at Stonegate Group said, “We are delighted to extend this gesture of support and appreciation to the London Marathon runners. It’s our way of celebrating their incredible achievements and cheering them on as they conquer the marathon route. As a community focussed company, rewarding our customers is the perfect way to show our appreciation, and we look forward to welcoming runners across the capital to enjoy a well-earned drink, on us.”

We anticipate that all of the outstanding runners across the capital will surely be thirsty following their incredible 26.2-mile feat. So, a call and invitation to all Marathon runners taking on London this April, head over to your nearest Stonegate pub and come and enjoy a well-earned, long, cold drink on us – you deserve it!

For more information and to make a booking, please visit the pubs individual websites, participating venues are listed below:

Pembroke Primrose Hill, Cheshire Cheese London, Three Tuns Aldgate, Sir John Balcombe Marylebone, Northumberland Arms, Old City Arms Hammersmith, Junction Tavern Kentish Town, Bell Bush Lane, George Poplar, Lord Clyde Southwark Bridge, Three Kings Clerkenwell, Fox & Hounds Putney, The Alexander Hay Hays Galleria, The Corn Exchange Mark Lane, Leinster Arms London, Nags Head Wood Green, Goose Walthamstow, Crutched Friar London, The Angelic Islington, The Sportsman Stratford, Whittington Stone London, Grafton Kentish Town, Queens Head Winchmore Hill, Eagle North Kensington, and Hope Smithfield.

For more information, please contact Leisure PR.