Jurassic Coast Challenge

Date: 8th/9th June 2019
Join the Dementia UK team to walk, jog or run along Dorset’s captivating Jurassic Coast.
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Difficulty: Moderate – Tough

Starting from Poole Harbour you’ll trek along the Jurassic Coast through Lulworth Cove and past Durdle Door. After the half way point, you’ll head onto the unique Chesil Beach and onto West Bay’s famous cliffs (of TV’s Broadchurch fame). The finish line celebrations will then be awaiting you in the vibrant town of Bridport!

No matter which distance you choose, you will receive full support from the Action Challenge team – hospitality and plenty of rest stops throughout your trek, as well as a celebratory finishers’ meal and massage. So all you need to do is focus on reaching that finish line and raising funds to help families facing dementia.

Your fundraising options:

A: Full 100km Challenge: £15 registration fee + £595 fundraising target
Half Challenge: £10 registration fee + £395 fundraising target
Quarter Challenge: £5 registration fee + £245 fundraising target

B: Full 100km Challenge: £99 registration fee + £299 fundraising target
Half Challenge: £64.50 registration fee + £199 fundraising target
Quarter Challenge: £39.50 registration fee + £119 fundraising target

How to join the Dementia UK team

Simply sign up by following the link below and selecting ‘listed charity’, then select Dementia UK from the drop down list!

Get discounted charity entry for May using the following codes:

  • Charity Sponsorship – 20% OFF Registration Fee – discount code MAYCHARITY
  • Mixed Funding – 12.5% OFF Registration Fee – discount code MAYMIXED
  • Self-Funding – 10% OFF Registration Fee – discount code MAYSELF

When you join the Dementia UK team you’ll receive all the support you need to make sure you are prepared for the day including:

  • Dedicated support from a member our fundraising team, as well as tips and advice from our fundraising guides
  • Dementia UK fundraising materials from balloons, banners and posters, to collection tins and buckets
  • And your very own Dementia UK t-shirt!
Emma emma and anna

Emma and Anna tell us why they took on a challenge 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.