Arundel to Brighton

About Arundel to Brighton

Arundel to Brighton Charity Walk

Now in its 5th year, the Arundel to Brighton Walk is one of the largest events organised by the Dame Vera Lynn Children’s Charity. The Charity, established in 2001, has supported over 600 families with their early intervention service for very young children with cerebral palsy and other motor learning difficulties.

The walk starts on the morning of Saturday 16th September from the beautiful Arundel Castle and spans across the magnificent landscape of the South Downs before finishing at Devil’s Dyke, on the outskirts of Brighton. The Charity has teamed up with Pied A Terre Adventure to help organise this event and are pleased to be able to offer two distances for those wishing to take part – 12km (2-3 hours walk) or 35km (8-9 hours walk).

Rest assured there will be regular refreshment stops and plenty of encouragement and support throughout!

Entry to participate is £36 per adult, £11 per child or a team of 3 adults for £100. Fundraising is highly encouraged with individual walkers asked to raise a minimum of £100 whilst teams of three are asked to raise a minimum of £400. Walkers who reach their fundraising target will be entered in to a draw to win a special prize. Once signed up, walkers will receive an information pack with hints and tips on preparing for the walk, kit list and fundraising advice.

Could you take on the challenge of the Arundel to Brighton Walk and make a difference to local families?

To book your place, please visit http://www.patadventures.com/our-shop/ and select 'Charity Challenges'.

For more information on the A2B walk, contact Marielle Birks, Community Fundraiser, on marielle.birks@dvlcc.org.uk call 01444 473274 or visit dvlcc.org.uk

No dates are currently listed for this event. Please contact us if you know an upcoming date for this event.

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