St Dunstans: Sign up now and take part in our 2011 Spinnaker Tower Challenge!
Thursday, 15 September 2011
Sign up now and take part in our 2011 Spinnaker Tower Challenge!
The ultimate quad-burning endurance challenge, run (or walk) up the 560 stairs of Spinnaker Tower to raise money for blind ex-Service men and women.
A challenge like no other, the finish will reward you with stunning views across the South Coast, 100 metres above sea level. The event is geared to be inclusive for people of all abilities, whichever speed you choose you will be in very good company. Sign up now and help us raise £10,000 for blind heroes.
To take part in this event we ask that you to pay a registration fee of £18* and pledge to raise a minimum of £60.
"A wonderful event befitting its spectacular setting and hugely deserving cause. The agony’s temporary, but the memories of this unique, superbly well-organised race will live long. If this doesn’t become an annual event, it will be a travesty. I look forward to returning next year to further help raise awareness for the sterling work of all associated with St Dunstan’s – and for a crack at the top spot!" - Duncan Craig who came second with a time of 2 mins 43 sec.
For Spinnaker Tower terms and conditions see the St Dunstans website.
For more information about this event contact us by email or call 020 7616 7965.
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