Join Team Woking & Sam beare Hospice and take on the new Yorkshire Challenge.
Located in the beautiful Nidderdale area, on the south east edge of the Yorkshire Dales.
There’s a challenge base-camp hub in Pateley Bridge with a range of camping options, car parking, and extensive hospitality & welfare services over the weekend.
The full 100 km route is a varied figure of 8 style route which takes in the famous Nidderdale Way, Ripley Castle, and Gouthwaite Reservoir.
You’ll get full support all the way, and with half, quarter, and 10 km distance options also – there’s a Yorkshire Challenge for everyone!
Register now here or contact the fundraising team for more information ( please be aware this will lead you to the Ultra Challenge website for registration)
10th September 2020
London Marathon The 40th Virtual Event
Thank you to all that have registered with us, we have now filled all the spaces available on our Team. If you are interested in taking part in an alternative event, please let our team know. Thank you.
Due to the cancellation of this years road race. London Marathon are giving the runners the chance to still take part in the full 26.2 mile run their own way.
Participants will have 24 hours to complete 26.2 miles, from 00:00 – 23:59 on Sunday 4th October. Allowing you to walk, run, or even take breaks. Then simply record your progress on the New London Marathon App. Each completed participant will receive a finisher medal from London Marathon.
Registration is £25.00 per participant. During these different times we are grateful for your support and whatever amount you can fundraise for us will help us to continue to care for our community.
With this you, promotional material and support from our events team.
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24th August 2020
London Marathon 2021
Run the 2021 Virgin Money London Marathon for Woking & Sam Beare Hospice and Wellbeing Care!
The largest annual one-day fundraising event in the world! The marathon route takes you passed renowned scenic sites of London including the Cutty Sark and Tower of London. The race begins in Blackheath and finishes past Buckingham Palace on The Mall.
Registration is now open!
Click on the register now button at the top of this page to join Team Woking & Sam Beare Hospice And Wellbeing Care. This year we will have an amazing team of up to 10 runners to help support and encourage each other along this amazing journey.
Registration for this event will close on 30th April 2021
I’ve got an official ballot place! I would like to run in aid of the hospice, what should I do?
Congratulations on being awarded an official ballot place for the 2021 London Marathon, we would love you join our team and run in support of our hospice.
Please contact our Community & Events team on the details below for further support on your efforts fundraising for the hospice.
By running for the hospice you will receive:
a technical branded WSB running tee with name personalisation (of up to 10 characters) of your choice
excellent fundraising support and advice from the Events Team to reach your target
a variety of fundraising materials on request including banners, balloons and collection tins
lots of encouragement from the hospice for your fantastic support and effort!
To try a different sporting challenge event or to support our hospice in another exciting event visit our hospice events page here.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact our Community & Events team on the details below.
3rd August 2020
Summer Trails Ultra Challenge 2020
Join Team Woking & Sam Beare Hospices and take to the Summer Trails this August.
Choose from 5 famous trails, from The Nidderdale Way (87km) to The Pennine Way (431km) or take on the 5,895 metre climb to the summit of Kilimanjaro.
Set up your Woking & Sam Beare Hospice fundraising page and then let your family and friends track you , as well as other participants in the special trail map and leader boards.
Our events team will provide support along your challenge and any fundraising materials needed.
Conquer the Hills Running Challenge – during Aug 2020
Come and ‘Conquer the Hills’ on foot for Woking & Sam Beare Hospices
Take on one, two or all three of Surrey’s iconic hills for a running challenge that will take you to new heights.
Choose between Newlands Corner, Leith Hill and Box Hill. Choose to follow the road routes or go cross-country.
Run at your leisure and spread out your distance over the month or challenge yourself to beat the bends and overcome those inclines for your personal best in a single day.
This event is open to all runners but please ensure you are fit enough to tackle these hills and have planned your route before you begin your run.
To take part simply register with us today and during the month of August send us your evidence that you have conquered your hills (through, Strava, Garmin etc.) and we will send you your special hospice medal and certificate of completion
Registration is £25 which covers your entry fee, jersey, certificate and medal upon completion. Your suggested fundraising pledge is £100 per hill.*We are currently having a minor issue with our registration link. If you have any problems with registration please contact email@example.com for assistance.**
This challenge is undertaken in your own time and the hospice is unable to provide marshals or first aid support when you are running. We recommend that you follow Government guidelines on social distancing for runners that are current at the time of your cycle and also for any friends and family who might come to cheer you on. Good luck!
22nd July 2020
Walk the Walks – to 15 Sept 2020
Take part in our ‘Walk the Walks’ range of rambles across the summer to keep everyone active and enjoying the great outdoors.
We have a super choice of distances and routes – including ones suitable for wheelchair users and buggies – for you to explore.
You can do just one walk or perhaps challenge yourself to complete all the routes during the summer holidays and up to 15 September.
There are many beautiful routes across our hospice’s North West Surrey region. Walk some old favourites and discover some new ones on your own, with family and friends or your walking group.
You could track your progress and share online with friends and family during your adventures, while raising as much as you can for our hospice.
We suggest you aim to raise at least £50; you could aim to increase that by a further £5 for each route you complete .
You will receive a special hospice medal and a certificate for taking part after 15 September.
About the routes
Our routes range from 1k to 10 miles.
We would like to thank the local individuals and organisations who are so kindly supporting our hospice by giving us permission to link to and use their routes, maps and materials:
Please contact Rachelle on 07843 246 294 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register for £10 per adult and £5 per child aged 16 and under.
Please have your debit or credit card ready to make a payment over the phone – we apologise but we are having a temporary problem with our online payment system at present.
You will then be sent information and links to our routes by email.
Due to the pandemic ‘Walk the Walks’ is replacing our traditional mass walking events this year. Please note that you undertake these walks in your own time and the hospice is unable to provide marshals or first aid as we do at the Midnight Walk or A Walk to Remember. Please choose a route that meets the fitness levels and capabilities of your group. Please follow Government guidelines as to the size and composition of your walking group which are current on the day of your walk/s. Thank you and enjoy!