Do you enjoy setting yourself challenges while raising money for charity? If there's a challenge you'd like to do which isn't listed below, get in touch with us.

See our upcoming challenges below and if you'd like to get involved you can book your place on our events page, visit the events page here

British 10k London Run

CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE This very popular run takes you past London's most important landmarks. Spaces are limited, so get in touch with us ASAP to join our team.

NEW: The 2.6 Challenge

From Sunday 26 April 2020, we are asking you to dream up an activity based around the numbers 2.6 or 26 and fundraise by donating on the Paul Strickland Scanner Centre website. Get involved now

Swim Serpentine

CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Swim Serpentine is a one-day open water swimming festival staged in the heart of London. Get in touch if you'd like to take to the water. Takes place every September.

Looking for an Adventure?

If you are interested in pushing yourself to do a new challenge for a good cause, why not give us a call and see what your next adventure might be.

Walk the great wall of China

CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Appropriately named one of the “New Wonders of the World”, the Great Wall of China was originally constructed to defend China against nomadic tribes, and the trek is a thrilling challenge of twists, turns, ups and downs. Beginning four hours north of Beijing, this week-long challenge tackles a series of vigorous climbs totalling over 10,000 uneven steps. The trek will follow the winding path along the Yan Mountains to the Gubeikou Gateway and takes on the famous “heavenly staircase”. Exhaustion will quickly be replaced with wonder as you savour the sweeping views of the surrounding mountain ranges.

Contact us now to register or find out more.

 

Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

This exciting and rewarding challenge will have you trekking over the famous Yorkshire Three Peaks within a period of just 12 hours.
These peaks form part of the Pennine range, and encircle the head of the valley of the River Ribble in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The route is extremely scenic and provides spectacular views over the Yorkshire countryside.


While it lasts just one day, this challenge should not be taken lightly as the terrain is extremely varied, involving some steep ascents and descents. Participants can expect to almost cover a marathon distance by foot – but in just a matter of hours. Held throughout the year, email us for more information. 

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