A new ‘South West’ challenge for 2022–taking in the initial section of the stunning and famous 630 mile Coastal Path, which officially starts in Minehead, and close to our extensive ‘base-camp’ in the shadows of the impressive Dunster Castle.
The 50 km loop heads over Exmoor with ups and downs and some magnificent views with over 1600 metres of climb. You’ll get full support all the way, a finish line celebration, and with three 25 km options also, along with camping options and festival style hospitality at basecamp across the weekend–there’s a South West Coast Challenge for everyone!
Your entry includes free food and drink at regular rest stops, plus support including medics, marshals and massage. As you cross the finish line, you’ll get a glass of fizz, t-shirt, and a medal to commemorate your achievement.
Half Challenge – 50km
Quarter Challenge – 25km
How to join #TeamDementiaUK
Simply sign up by clicking the button below and selecting ‘listed charity’, then select Dementia UK from the drop down list!
Take on this challenge and help raise vital funds so our dementia specialist Admiral Nurses can provide life-changing support to families facing dementia. If you have any questions, please get in touch.
When joining #TeamDementiaUK you’ll receive:
support from our fundraising team to get you over the finish line
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.
Sponsorship for charity
Pay a small registration fee and fundraise for Dementia UK
Pay for your place and raise as much as you can for Dementia UK
Full Challenge – £198 fee paid online and you can set your fundraising target Half Challenge – £129 fee paid online and you can set your fundraising target Quarter Challenge – £79 fee paid online and you can set your fundraising target
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.