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Join us for the 2024 Derwen Charity 10KM Challenge

This year’s challenge takes place on Saturday 23 March

The 10KM Challenge is a sponsored walk and fun run route around Gobowen, near Oswestry, raising money for Derwen Charity.

Route information

Leaving Derwen College at 10am, the 10KM Challenge is an accessible, relatively flat route, with shorter options available if 10KM is too much of a challenge for you.

You can see a map of the route in the Google Map below.

*Please note that the route is NOT a closed road route. There will be marshalls on the route, but please also observe the green cross code.

On the day

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Everyone taking part in the 10KM Challenge needs to be on-site at our Gobowen campus and signed in to registration by 9.45am.

There will be a warm up session at 9.45am, and the Challenge will start at 10am.

All walkers, runners and wheelers will be off-site by 10.10am and will be followed by a back marshall to indicate the end of the 10KM Challenge.

We expect everyone to be back on-site by 1pm. Anyone not back by this time will be offered a return to college in one of our college vehicles.

All registered finishers get a medal and goody bag.

Registration

There are two simple steps to getting involved in the 2024 10KM Challenge

Register now for £10 per person

Raise sponsorship for your challenge 6k or 10k challenge by creating a fundraising page

10KM Challenge questions

If you have any queries about this year’s 10KM Challenge, please phone Derwen College Charity Fundraiser Megan Charman on 01691 661234 or email: megan.charman@derwen.ac.uk.

Even if you are unable to come to the Sponsored Walk and Fun Run, you can make a donation to Derwen Charity through our Enthuse page.

Be social!

Share your Challenge training or event posts with us on Facebook and Instagram

Find out more about Derwen College Charity

Derwen College has had charity status for over 50 years.  Find out more about what we do.

Thank you

We continue to fundraise to provide our students with opportunities to enhance their learning and independence skills. However, Derwen College relies on donations to make this happen. We raise funds to provide the specialist tools, equipment and experiences our students need to reach their goals.

If you are unable to take part in the 10k Challendge this year, there are other ways of supporting Derwen during 2024:

1 – Donate directly to Derwen.

2 – Do some fundraising! Contact our Fundraiser Megan Charman to discuss your ideas and get involved.

3 – Come to our Summer Fete Weekend, or one of our other events.

4 – Let your friends and family know about Derwen College.  We are on Facebook, Instagram and TikTok always appreciate a like, comment or share.

 

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