This incredible challenge is perfect for experienced riders looking for their next challenge.
Cycling up to 383km from the frenzy of Ho Chi Minh to the tranquility of Angkor Wat, this breathtaking challenge is one of the best in the world of fundraising events.
The London to Paris Bike Ride is an awesome cycling challenge and is by far one of the best fundraising events in Europe, attracting hundreds of riders each year and raising thousands for charities nationwide.
This long-weekend charity challenge takes you on a four-day trek across the ever-changing landscape of one of the world’s largest deserts – the Sahara!
Dog Jog is a brilliant opportunity to accomplish your personal goals with your dog; whether you are raising money for a worthwhile cause close to your heart or simply keeping fit.
Colour Obstacle Rush is back with the biggest run in the world that combines the fun of colour and obstacles. It will be the most memorable, fun and colourful run of your life!
Its snow-capped summit rises high above the dusty African plains; huge permanent glaciers flow down from the summit, spectacular views and beautiful ice formations are the reward for pushing our limits both physically and mentally on this, the mightiest of charity challenges.
Friday 29th November saw the 2019 Spirit of Recovery Awards take place, hosted by Cafe Sobar, our social enterprise in Nottingham.
Café Sobar, the award-winning social enterprise where all profits go to the addiction recovery charity Double Impact, is offering a thoughtful alternative to the usual office Christmas party. For £25 per head you can enjoy a Christmas mocktail upon arrival, three mouth-watering courses, and tea or coffee.
I can’t believe it’s a year since our Recovery Running Team took on the Robin Hood Half to celebrate our 20th Birthday as a Charity. This year our “Magnificent Seven” signed up to take on a tough course around our beautiful home city of Nottingham.
After the marathon task (excuse the pun!) of running 20 half marathons in 2018 I took a break from blogging about running but continued to run of course! This year has been a different challenge for me as I have been quietly clocking up the miles in my 1200 miles in 12 months challenge.