Fundraising events

We have some exhilarating and exciting events which you are able to take part in throughout the coming year. Not only will they be an unforgettable experience for you, these well organised activities can raise significant and vital funds for the many families we support.

To find out more please click on the links below.

Trekfest - Brecon Beacons

19 September 2020

Join our team - we are looking to get a team of 25 people together to take on this amazing challenge. With 25km and 50km routes to choose from, whether you walk, jog, or even run you’ll be challenging yourself in one of the UK’s most beautiful national parks – the Brecon Beacons, South Wales. Click to join our team. Password is "Hippo".

Skydives

Various dates and locations across the UK

A tandem skydive is an easy and enjoyable way to experience the thrills of skydiving without having to learn how. First you will experience the adrenaline-charged freefall and then the peace and tranquility of the parachute ride.

Bristol 5k and 10k Winter Warmer

1 February 2020

A chance to lace up those shoes, get motivated, focus on training during winter and run this event with us. There will be loads of great entry benefits including full race chip timing, a super cool medal, sweets, drinks, some surprise goodies and a load of fun, smiles, hugs and high fives along the way. So come on, let's do this! Secure your place today!

Three Peaks Challenge

Various dates in July and September

Conquer some of the UK’s giants on this classic challenge. With a target trekking time of 15 hours (the equivalent available trekking time for the traditional 24 hour challenge) or less and a maximum available trekking time of 18 hours, we’ll climb around 10,000 feet and have walked approx. 22 miles. It’s no wonder this charity challenge is the most highly regarded trekking challenge in the UK!

London to Paris Bike Ride

Various dates in June, July and August

Join our team and ride London to Paris for a truly inspirational experience; you'll make friends for life, push yourself beyond your limits but most of all make memories you’ll cherish for a lifetime. You could even witness the finale of the world's greatest cycle race!

Great North Swim

5-7 June 2020

Hosted at Brockhole on Windermere, it’s a fantastic weekend of open water swimming in the stunning Lake District. With distances to suit all levels and abilities you can enjoy a weekend in the great outdoors with friends and family. Take your pick from 250 metres, 1/2 a mile, 1 mile, 2 miles, 5k or a 10k...

Hadrians Wall Trek

Dates in June and September

Explore the most remarkable Roman monument in the country.
Take on this trekking challenge from Lanercost Priory to Brocolitia with skilled guides, while enjoying the stunning views of Northumberland. 
A wonderful experience which comes with excellent support provided by the organising company.

Nightrider

Bristol (June), London (June), Liverpool (July)

A fun and exciting moonlit charity cycle ride through an amazing city, past iconic landmarks. The first ever Nightrider London took place in 2010 with 300 cyclists and since then over 21,000 cyclists have taken up the challenge. Nightrider is not a sportive, it is a fun charity bike ride. In each city there are two distance options - 100km or 50km. 

Hilly Helmet Challenge

12 August, Westbury, Wiltshire

A 4 (ish) mile multi terrain run to raise funds for Brain Tumour Support. Yes there’s a hill but it’s worth going up for the fantastic views you’ll experience as you run along the top before dropping down and heading back to collect your unique race memento at the finish. Fancy dress is encouraged with claret and blue being the colours of the day. All runners are requested to run in a helmet of choice and there will be a prize for the best one worn. 

South Coast Challenge

29-30 August

Take on some of England's finest scenery as a walk, jog, or a run! An Eastbourne start, up Beachy Head, over the magnificent Seven Sisters, and along the famous South Downs Way National Trail with stunning views over the sea to a Brighton mid-point. Devil's Dyke, welcome rest stops, a few ups & downs all lie ahead before historic Arundel comes into view after an 100km amazing journey.

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Inspiring fundraisers - Phee conquers Three Peaks

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How your support helps:
£100

funds a home visit by a trained Brain Tumour Support Worker

£1,500

pays for a 

Support and 

Information Day

29A High Street, Thornbury, South Gloucestershire 

BS35 2AR

Registered Charity No. 1163856

Company No. 9718307

01454 414355

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