How to get to us
Wherever you’re coming from, Ealing is well served by public transport routes.
Start & Finish: Lammas Park, Culmington Road, Ealing W5 5JH
Tube: Northfields Station on the Piccadilly Line (Heathrow Branch) is within a 10 minute walk of the Start/Finish area. Ealing Broadway Station on the Central and District Lines, is a 15 minute walk from the Start/Finish area. Please go to the TfL Journey Planner www.journeyplanner. tfl.gov.uk for more details.
Rail: Mainline from London Paddington to Ealing Broadway Station (just one stop, 10 minutes) which is a 15 minute walk from the Start/Finish area. From the West, Ealing Broadway is served by trains from Slough, Maidenhead, Reading and beyond. Please note that West Ealing & Hanwell stations are not operational on Sundays.
Bus Route: 65 (Richmond-Ealing) – alight at South Ealing Station which is a 5 minute walk from the Start/Finish area. Route 207/427 (Hayes-White City) – alight at Ealing Police Station which is a 10 minute walk from the Start/Finish area. Route 83 (Golders Green-Ealing Hospital) – alight at Ealing Police Station* which is a 10 minute walk from the Start/Finish area. Route E2 (Greenford-Brentford) – alight at Northfield Avenue/Graham Avenue which is adjacent to the Start/ Finish area.
Please note that diversions are in operation on the E2/ 207/427 and 83 routes on the morning of the race. Full details are available here.
Driving and car parking: If you are driving to the event, please try to car-share with other participants to minimise the environmental impact and disruption to local residents. Please leave enough time to park and walk to the Race HQ. Road closures will come into effect before the start of the event and there will be no parking on the roads surrounding the Race HQ.
Please note that there is no dedicated car park for the Ealing Half Marathon. There are, however, 2 car parks operated by Ealing Council within walking distance of the Race HQ. Full details on local carparks can be found on the Council website here.
These car parks require payment even on Sundays so please ensure you have some coins handy.