Challenge events in Northern Ireland announced

Get involved in one of our exciting new challenge events for 2013 in Northern Ireland, and help raise funds for CLIC Sargent’s Northern Ireland Appeal.

70 Wild Miles - 1 June 2013

The 70 Wild Miles event is considered to be one of the toughest adventure challenges in Northern Ireland. Participants begin with a 47 mile cycle, followed by a 10 mile canoe and finish with a 13 mile run.

This is the ultimate challenge for any adrenalin addict and will test any fitness guru.

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County Antrim Dragon Boat Race – 23 June 2013

Teams will race against the clock with the quickest going through to the grand finale.

Those in the final will compete for the title of Dragon Boat Champions and the prestigious race trophy.

Plenty of cheering from the crowds and the rhythmic beating of the drums are certain to provide a fun day out for the entire family.

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Slieve Donard Challenge - 21 September 2013

Formerly the Mourne Challenge, this is the fourth time CLIC Sargent has organised this hugely popular fundraising event.

Walkers will climb to a height of 2,796ft, to be rewarded with breath taking views of the County Down coast and as far afield as Belfast.

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Power up the Obel Tower – 19 October 2013

A brand new challenge the first charity event of its kind in Northern Ireland, participants power themselves up 28 floors of the Obel Tower in Belfast, in a race for the title of the fastest stair climber.

This event is physically challenging but is open to all running abilities from a non-runner to an elite runner; you can walk, run or sprint.

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How your money helps

All proceeds raised from each of these challenge events will go to the Northern Ireland Appeal.

On average, a family will travel 500 miles a week to access the cancer treatment their child needs. This is a huge emotional and financial strain on a family at an already stressful time.

The Northern Ireland Appeal aims to raise £3.7 million to fund two Homes from Home at locations within walking distance of hospitals where young people with cancer are treated.

To find out more, please visit our Northern Ireland Appeal page.

For more information

For more information or to sign up to any of the above events, please contact the CLIC Sargent Northern Ireland fundraising team on 0289 072 5780 or email: careni@clicsargent.org.uk.

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