Walking Events
Fancy a fun-filled challenge to get the whole family moving? Then why not take part in one of our sponsored walks.

Suitable for all ages and abilities, we have a number of walks in locations near to our 'Homes from Home' throughout the year.

Thames Path ChallengeDate: Saturday & Sunday 8/9 September 2018
100km – £70 registration, £395 minimum sponsorship 
50km - £50 registration, £275 minimum sponsorship
25km - £40 registration, £150 minimum sponsorship 

Over 4,000 challengers will choose a 25k, 50k or 100k walk. The route follows England's greatest river - with the city section voted one of the world's best urban treks! The full walk heads upstream from Putney Bridge to Runnymede (of Magna Carta fame) at 50km, then on past some wonderful scenery to Henley.
 
To register for a place please click here or contact the fundraising team.

Isle of Wight ChallengeDate: Saturday & Sunday 5/6 May 2018
106km – £70 registration, £395 minimum sponsorship 
53km - £50 registration, £275 minimum sponsorship
25km - £40 registration, £150 minimum sponsorship 

Over 2,000 challengers will walk, jog or run the course. The route follows the ups and downs of the Isle of Wight’s stunning coastal path – past the famous Needles, through Cowes at half way and along the dramatic white cliffs and sandy beaches. 

To register for a place please click here or contact the fundraising team. 

Yorkshire Three Peaks ChallengeVarious dates throughout the year
£70 per person (including a £14 deposit to secure places)

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge takes on the peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, usually in this order, and in under 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 Yorkshire Three Peaks route is 24 miles (38.6km), and includes 1585m (5200ft) of ascent.

To register for a place please click here or contact our fundraising team.


Our walkers...

Gemma and her family took part in a walking event after Gemma stayed with The Sick Children's Trust twice when both her babies were born prematurely.

Gemma says: "Crawford House made life so much easier for us as a family, not once, but on two occasions. My son Benjamin was born early at just 25 weeks and 5 days. We spent nearly 4 months at the house while he gained his strength until he was well enough to be discharged. Then my second little one Jacob also arrived early at just 24 weeks and 1 day. This time we spent 108 days in the house. The charity's been a lifeline which has kept our family together.

"We had a wonderful time on the day. It was great fun and a brilliant way to give something back to the charity which has done so much for us."

  
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