Back for 2021–why not treat yourself to a hair-raising hike around some of the City’s scary streets and historic haunts? Choose your distance, gather your bravest guys and ghouls to make up a team–or go it alone if you dare and meet up with other chilling challengers. Dress to distress, and our creepy dungeon keepers at The Oval start and finish will meet, greet and shock. Once you escape there’s ghostly looped routes, with zombie rest stops, and if you manage to get back in one piece there’s a macabre medal, a glass of the Devil’s fizz, some horrific hot food and drink–and a souvenir bobble hat to ward off the spirits as you head off.
How to join the Dementia UK team
Simply sign up by following the below link and selecting ‘listed charity’, then select Dementia UK from the drop down list.
A dedicated member of the fundraising team to support you to the finish line and beyond
A fundraising guide, as well as fundraising advice, hints and tips in the build up to the event
A branded Dementia UK sports top for the day
A range of Dementia UK fundraising materials (collection buckets, posters, balloons etc.) to make any events you hold look amazing
Self funding - Pay for your place and raise as much as you can for Dementia UK
Full Marathon £79 standard price £69 existing participant price
(£10 discount) £59 12-17 year old price
Half Marathon £59 standard price £52 existing participant price
(£7.50 discount) £44 12-17 year old price
10 km £37.50 standard price £27.50 12-16 year old price
*Must be registered, or transferred onto a 2021 Ultra Challenge to qualify.
Sponsorship for charity - Pay a small registration fee and fundraise for Dementia UK
Full Marathon £10 fee paid online and at least £225 charity sponsorship Half Marathon £7.50 fee paid online and at least £155 charity sponsorship
Mixed funding - Pay half of your place and fundraise a smaller target
Full Marathon £39.50 fee paid online and at least £120 charity sponsorship
Half Marathon £29.50 fee paid online and at least £100 charity sponsorship
Emma and Anna tell us why they took on a trek for Dementia UK:
The walk was both emotionally and physically challenging. But I can’t explain how lovely the support was around. Locals left out chairs with rest stops, with glasses of water and oranges; not to mention the moral support from the other people taking part.