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About this event

Spectacular coastlines, dramatic white cliffs and sandy beaches – take this ultra challenge around the Isle of Wight’s coastal path. From Chale in the south, past the Needles then on and around for 106km with ups and downs, highs and lows through Cowes and Sandown and back to Chale. Free hot food, snacks and drinks available at covered rest stops. Join as an individual or create a team with friends or colleagues.

What to expect from Children with Cancer UK

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 Children with Cancer UK t-shirt
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Date & Location

  • Isle of Wight, United Kingdom
  • May 4, 2019 - May 5, 2019
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Contact Details

Walk, jog or run – your challenge, your way

  • Full island – 106km
  • Half Island – 52km
  • Quarter Island – 25km
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Registration and fundraising targets

Full island challenge

£60 Registration Fee
£425 Minimum Sponsorship Target

Half island challenge

£45 Registration Fee
£275 Minimum Sponsorship Target

Quarter island challenge

£30 Registration Fee
£175 Minimum Sponsorship Target

Get Ready for the Event

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Book Your Place

To register go to Action Challenge by clicking the link below. Don’t forget to choose Children with Cancer UK as your chosen charity!

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Start Your Fundraising

We've teamed up with Virgin Money Giving to make fundraising easy. Find out how to set up your page!

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Start Your Training

Children with Cancer UK will help you prepare for your big day by offering training advice and more!

Training Advice
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