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Thames Path Challenge

 
Saturday 14 – Sunday 15 September 2013

Registration fee: £60 (50km)/ £85 (100km) per person 

Sponsorship: £200 (50km)/ £300 (100km)

 

Thames Path Challenge


A true test of stamina and determination – the Thames Path Challenge is no ordinary charity walk – it's the ultimate London walk.

Tackling 100km from Putney to Henley with a target of 24 hours, or 50km finishing in Runnymede in under 12 hours. Choose your distance – choose your challenge!

The Thames Path follows England's best known river for 184 miles (294km), from the Cotswolds through to the City of London to the Thames Barrier. This challenge heads west – starting from Fulham Palace through some of the most historic and picturesque towns in southern England, finishing in the beautiful Henley on Thames 100km later, or Runnymede if you opt for the 50km walk! 

Download the runners' pack here or the walkers' pack here for further information or email us

Thames Path Challenge

The ultimate London walk






Event details

An extensive team of support walkers, marshals, caterers, medics and physios are on hand to provide support and encourgement along the route.

• Pre-event resource via an online system
• On-event walker pack: route card, safety material, electonic timing chip
• Hot meals at 50km, 75km and 100km
• Pace walkersm marshals, medics, event doctor
• Physiotherapists at 25km, 50km, 75km and 100km
• Checkpoints / replenishment every 12km with drinks and snacks
• Support vehicles
• Family and friends welcome at mid-point (Runnymede) and finish (Henley)






How to register

Register online here via the event organisers' website. You'll need to select the option you want to take part in, either 100km or 50km.

Once you've registered, Action Challenge will let us know and we'll send you MAG materials and fundraising advice to reach your sponsorship target, along with a MAG t-shirt to wear on the day.






Just ask...!

Do get in touch with any questions about the Thames Path Challenge or how to raise your sponsorship. Email us or call 0161 238 5448 and we'll be happy to help.






Where your money goes

MAG (Mines Advisory Group) is neutral and impartial humanitarian organisation, registered as a charitable company in the UK and co-laureate of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize.

MAG works to tackle the destructive legacy of violence and conflict; to release land for food production; to increase safe access to vital resources like water, education and health services; and to build a better future for women, men and children alike.

Your support is absolutely crucial in saving lives and helping shattered communities make the first steps towards recovery.

The funds you raise can be used, for example, to enable MAG to respond swiftly when emergency situations like the recent Libya conflict or the arms depot explosion in the Republic of Congo develop.



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