Our challenges are a great way to raise money for us, for you or your business to get involved with your community and loads of fun! So if you fancy cycling, running, swimming, trekking, canoeing, parachuting, abseiling, driving or just a good old sponsored silence, see our posts below or contact us for further details.

Scared of heights?

Why n11ot join us in abseiling 400ft fown the National Abseil Centre – the tallest permanent abseiling tower in the world.  Located in Northamption, the unique venue is easily accessible and is a great way to conquer your fears and raise money for the Palmer Children’s Trust.

10k London Run

runner 150We have 12 places for Vitality British 10k London Run for 2017 and 2018, so if you fancy running past some of London’s most iconic buildings then contact us for an application form.

100 Miles of the River Wye

We are putting together a fantastic trip down the River Wye over four days in June 2017. All you have to do is bring yourself, a few spends for food and drink and a sense of adventure. We’ll supply the canoes, paddles, life jackets, tipis, sleeping bags and transport from one end of the Wye Valley to the other. If you are interested in knowing more, please contact us.

2017 cycling challenge

Assuming Julian enjoys his LEJOG experience his cycling challenge for 2017 will be to cycle, unassisted, from Birmingham Children’s Hospital in June 2016 and 28 days later visited every children’s hospital in the UK and the the Republic of Ireland.  That’s just over 2750 miles. Cycling north, he will visit Derby, Sheffield, Leeds, Newcastle, then into Scotland to Edinburgh, Tayside, and Aberdeen, then down to Glasgow and onto to Manchester and Liverpool, before going over to Belfast and Dublin, into Wales and Cardiff’s children’s hospital before turning south to Bristol, Southampton across to Brighton and then onto the numerous London children’s hospital before going to Oxford and finishing in Birmingham.

If anyone would like to join him for a leg, then please drop Julian line at admin@thepct.org.