two trekkers on the London to Brighton challenge

London to Brighton Challenge

DATE: 29th/30th May 2021

Take on a classic capital to coast route, testing your grit over the Bank Holiday weekend. A Richmond start by the Thames, then onto the North Downs and wonderful Surrey & Sussex countryside to halfway at Turners Hill. The 100km route heads up and over the South Downs before the welcome sight of the Brighton coastline comes into view.

How to join the Dementia UK team

Simply click the button below and select ‘listed charity’, then select Dementia UK from the drop down list!

When joining #TeamDementiaUK you’ll receive:

  • A dedicated member of the fundraising team to support you to the finish line and beyond
  • Training plans
  • 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 & raise as much as you can for Dementia UK

Full Challenge – £198 fee paid online &  you can set your fundraising target
Half Challenge – £129 fee paid online &  you can set your fundraising target
Quarter Challenge – £79 fee paid online &  you can set your fundraising target

Sponsorship for charity - Pay a small registration fee & fundraise for Dementia UK

Full Challenge – £15 fee paid online & at least £595 charity sponsorship
Half Challenge – £10 fee paid online & £395 charity sponsorship
Quarter Challenge – £5 fee paid online & £245 charity sponsorship

Mixed funding - Pay half of your place & fundraise a smaller target

Full Challenge – £99 fee paid online & at least £299 charity sponsorship
Half Challenge – £64.50 fee paid online & £199 charity sponsorship
Quarter Challenge – £39.50 fee paid online & £119 charity sponsorship

Emma emma and anna

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.