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About this event

The Bear Grylls Survival Race has been created by Bear Grylls and his crack team of survival and OCR (obstacle racing) enthusiasts.

With two distances, a 5k and 10k, this is perfect for the first-timer or anyone who feels like a real challenge.

You will tackle a number of fantastic obstacles, climbs and crawls.

For more information about the event,  please visit the Bear Grylls Survival Race website

What to expect from Children with Cancer UK

You can be a part of the Children with Cancer UK Bear Grylls Survival Race team whether you secure your own place independently of the charity or are allocated one of our charity places. When you join our team, you will receive the following support from us;

  • Fundraising Pack containing lots of fundraising advice
  • Regular emails to provide top tips
  • A bright Children with Cancer UK T-Shirt
Join our Team

Date & Location

  • Trent Park, Cockfosters Road, Enfield, Barnet, EN4 0PS
  • Multiple Dates

    From December 31, 2018 - December 31, 2018

Contact Details

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Charity Place

Registration fee: 5K or 10K: £50 / Ultimate Survivor: £85

Fundraising target: As much as possible

Charity Place Form

Own Place

Registration fee: £0

Fundraising target: as much as possible

Own Place Form

Registration Forms

Fill in your details below to secure your charity place in the Bear Grylls Survival Race.

If you have already secured your own place in this event through the race organisers, please full in your details below to join our team. 

Fill in your details below to secure your charity place in the Bear Grylls Survival Race.

If you have already secured your own place in this event through the race organisers, please full in your details below to join our team. 

We are currently recruiting a team for the 2017 Bear Grylls Survival Race.

To sign up for one of our charity places, or to join our team on your own place, in this 2017 Bear Grylls Survival Race please complete the form below. We will then be in touch with you.

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