Walk, Jog or Run 100km !!
23 – 24 May 2015
The London 2 Brighton Challenge is a tough but rewarding walk, jog, or run. The 100km route from city to coast – across varied terrain, through day and night – is a challenge like no other. Over the bank holiday weekend of 23-24 May 2015- many will take on the longest walk of their lives, some will attempt the challenge as an ultra marathon style run with an eye on the clock, and others will mix it up with a bit of jogging and walking! A personal goal for a charity of your choice – sign up as either an individual and meet other challengers along the way or create a team of friends, families or colleagues.
In previous years 1,500 took on the challenge – fundraising over £1 million forUKcharities. Nearly 75% of challengers completed the full course, with many displaying amazing determination and emotion. To succeed on this challenge requires good preparation, the ability to dig deep, and to absorb the camaraderie and team work to take you all the way to finish line inBrighton.
What you can expect from the 2015 London 2 Brighton Challenge
- Walk it! – 100km at a pace that suits you
- Run it! – An epic cross-country Ultra Marathon
- As an individual – we will support you all the way
- Create a team and support each other
- Fundraise for the South West Thames Kidney Fund
- Fully supported with checkpoints every 12.5km
- Hot meals provided en-route and brunch in Brighton
- Pace walkers, physios, masseuses, medics
- £85 to register + £400 fundraising for your charity
- Online resource area to help you prepare
This 100km Challenge is an experience that you will never forget!
To register, go to www.london2brightonchallenge.com/ click on the top tab ‘how to join’; click on the button on the right ‘Register Now’ and follow the instructions. You will be able to choose the South West Thames Kidney Fund as your charity at the beginning of the registration process.
Do something amazing for yourself;
for the South West Thames Kidney Fund; and for others …
Raising money for good causes needn’t be a chore, the South West Thames Kidney Fund will be on hand with advice, support, and ideas to help you exceed the £400 target. The registration fee of £85 covers around 50% of the cost of your place on the challenge and your charity will receive a minimum of 80% of your fundraising. Your efforts will help others who face even bigger challenges! Once you have signed up to the challenge you will be directed to set up your online fundraising page with the Challenge’s online fundraising partner Just Giving – all you need to do is follow the simple steps and your fundraising will start!
If you would like more information, please phone Anne on 0208 2963698 or email firstname.lastname@example.org