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Phone lines open in London on Wednesday 17 May at 10am.  Please call Emma Francis on 07867 550491.  

Don't forget to look at the size of the challenge indicated. 

Hi ho, hi ho, it's off to Hassocks we go!

Challenge group size:  L

Oak Lodge School 

What's the challenge?

Oak Lodge School is a special school for students aged 11 - 18 years with physical and/or learning difficulties. 



Following a very successful walk to the Shard with Zurich employees last year, Oak Lodge students would now like to embark on a more ambitious outing.  Your challenge is to take the students on a train to Hassocks and then walk along the South Downs Way to Lewes – an 11 mile walk in stunning countryside. The school said it would be a 'chance in a life time' for the students to see such a beautiful part of Britain and to stretch themselves physically. You will need to raise about £250 to cover the cost of the train tickets.

100% matching applies.



603  Walking in your footsteps

Challenge group size:  F

The Soup Kitchen 

What's the challenge?

The Soup Kitchen is one of London’s Multi-year funding partners.  It is a resource for the homeless, elderly, lonely and poor in Central London, providing free hot meals, clothes and toiletries, and creating a sense of belonging and community. It serves around 70 people a day.



To run or walk in the ‘Footsteps of the Homeless’. This four mile route, starting and ending at the Soup Kitchen, will take participants past 8 day centres serving the homeless in central London (a journey that many of their clients do every day).  After the run/walk you are invited to have refreshments with the Soup Kitchen’s guests. The Soup Kitchen asks that you get sponsorship for your run/walk and if you fancy making it more challenging, you could carry a heavy rucksack, like many of their clients do.

100% matching applies.




 = Wheelchair accessible