Walk, jog or run 52-miles along the stunning South Downs Way to the burial place of the first Kings of England. Join #TeamMND and get a running vest/t-shirt, excellent fundraising support and a certificate upon completion.
Explore one of the UK's finest National Parks. You will be inspired every step by the sweeping views on either side. Look to your right across the ancient Weald of Southern England, and look to your left across the shimmering expanse of the English Channel.
Starting at the Slindon Estate near Arundel and finishing at Winchester Cathedral. The route takes you along the South Downs Way, an ancient path along a ridge of chalk hills. Not only does the route offer breath-taking panoramic views of the surrounding landscape, there are also numerous historical sites along the way to pique the interest.
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The Devil’s Jumps | Beacon Hill | Queen Elizabeth County Park | HMS Mercury | Old Winchester Hill | Beacon Hill | Winchester Cathedral | Cheesefoot Hill | St Catherine’s Hill
Signing up with a charity place means that you become part of a charity team in the run-up to the event, on the big day itself and beyond! You'll benefit from a hugely reduced registration fee in return for raising funds.
This is your chance to do something amazing and support a fantastic cause - don't let the fundraising put you off! The Motor Neurone Disease Association team are great at helping people fundraise and you're going to have heaps of fun in the process.
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Care and support for people with MND, their families and carers.
Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a progressive disease that attacks the motor neurones, or nerves, in the brain and spinal cord leaving people unable to walk, talk or feed themselves. It's fatal with no known cure. We fund vital research into causes, treatments and a cure, providing care and support to those affected and raise awareness of the disease throughout society.
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