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Charity Challenges

Looking to reach a new fitness goal, do something different to celebrate a birthday or anniversary, or maybe you want to stake a claim to be the most fearless person in the office? Fundraising challenges are a fun way to raise money for a cause close to your heart, whilst testing yourself in a variety of ways!


Tough Mudder – 23rd and 24th April – Belvoir Castle

Battle through the mud at Belvoir Castle. This favourite course comes complete with thick mud, rolling green hills and a selection of the best obstacles ever compiled. Are you ready?

Nottingham 10k – Sunday 22nd May – Nottingham

Taking place on the University of Nottingham campus, this fun and friendly event takes runners past the sights of Highfield Park Boating Lake and Wollaton Park in a run through the leafy and prestigious university grounds.

Robin Hood Festival of Running (inc Robin Hood Half Marathon) – Sunday 25th September – Nottingham

A picturesque route taking you along Victoria Embankment, River Trent, past Nottingham Castle, Robin Hood statue, The Park and Wollaton Park where you’re bound to see a few deer roaming. Finishing on Victoria Embankment Recreation ground next to the River Trent.

Tandem Skydive

This incredible challenge will give you the biggest adrenaline rush you could ever imagine, as you jump out of a plane and soar through the air, knowing that you have helped to add life to days for people with life-limiting illnesses in Nottinghamshire.

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When you take on a challenge for Nottinghamshire Hospice…

You won’t just be getting out of your comfort zone or getting fit and healthy – your training and hard work will support people in Nottinghamshire dealing with a life-limiting illness, so you really can change lives.

Every year we need to raise almost £3million to provide end of life care across the county. Access to Therapy and Wellbeing, Hospice at Home and Bereavement services for our patients and their families is free of charge and is only made possible through the generous support of the community through events like this.

Without our hospice heroes, we wouldn’t be able to be there for our patients and their families at the most difficult times of their lives. Thank you for adding life to days.

Get in touch

For more information about our current charity challenges or how we may support you with your own challenge, please contact us via the form below or on or 0115 910 1008 option 5.