If you're looking for a new challenge for 2015, then The Children's Trust are recruiting daredevils to join them for an abseil of Guildford Cathedral. You can sign up for this adrenaline-pumping 160-feet abseil from the highest point of the Cathedral for just £25 for individuals or £20 each when you enter a team of five.
Challenge yourself to one of the toughest mountain treks that the UK has to offer as you climb 24 peaks in a weekend for the British Heart Foundation. Choose between the dramatic landscapes of the Lake District, the spectacular scenery of the Scottish Highlands or the rugged beauty of Snowdonia, all of which are fully supported.
Airfield Anarchy is a weekend packed with a tough physical challenges and awesome entertainment as we combine a mud-run/obstacle course with a headline music festival. Run at the site of the disused WWII Airfield RAF Winthorpe, you can take part in a team or go it alone as you run, jump, climb and swim at distances from 5km up to 'epic'.
At over 1,300 metres tall, Ben Nevis is the highest mountain in the UK but this challenge for the British Lung Foundation will help you every step of the way. There's fundraising support, an online training zone which features plans and advice, while the weekend itself is expert-led, with all meals included and accomodation provided.
The Broadgate Tower in central London stands tall at 541 feet and you can be one of the first 100 people to abseil down it by signing up for this challenge for Orchid.
No experience is necessary and all equipment and instruction will be provided on the day by professional instructors.
Starting in Colchester, these rides offer three beautiful circular routes of 25, 50 or 75 miles, with options for the whole family. They take you along the quiet country lanes and through the picturesque villages of North Essex. So sign up now for just £18.50 and join us this summer to help raise vital funds for Age UK Essex.
Join The Children's Trust for this unique challenge as 300 cyclists ride a 65 or 80 mile route starting from London Greenwich Royal Park along the Pilgrim’s Way and through the beautiful Kent countryside to Canterbury. It's fully supported, features transport options, an exclusive after party and great team discounts.
These are fun challenges, with the bronze version featuring a run or walk over 16 miles through some of Scotland's most beautiful and historic countryside, while the silver and gold options add a cycling element. The day is rounded off in style too with a celebratory dinner, live band and spectacular fireworks display.
It's the world's biggest half marathon and with good reason so sign up now to join 57,000 others on an iconic route around Newcastle which will be lined by thousands of supporters. Ballot entries are now closed but limited charity places are still available, with mini and junior runs also taking place over the weekend.
Organised by NSPCC, this 17 mile ride around the famous Rutland Water reservoir is the perfect route for the whole family to enjoy. You'll be supported throughout the event by our volunteers who will be handing out refreshments - and a complimentary hog roast will be awaiting riders at the finish line. Sign up for just £10 for adults and £5 for kids.
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Freefall at over 120mph from 10,000 feet high in a tandem skydive to support the NSPCC & if you raise the minimum sponsorship money you skydive for free!
A 13km obstacle race at Pippingford Park comprising of mud runs, trail racing, physical & mental challenges with 21 obstacles. Age 14+. Junior race age 5-12 years.
Endurance challenge along London's hidden green corridor - the historic Grand Union Canal. 100km, 50km, 25km & Team Relay options.
Choose from an on-road challenge with our 50 and 65 mile routes, or take on the 26 or 40 mile off-road adventure which takes you through the beautiful Kent countryside.
Saturday night central London start to Brighton in order to raise money for selected national cancer charities. A night time adventure!
Supporting children and young people who are not expected to reach adulthood, and offer support to their families.
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