Date: 13th May 2018
Time: 08:00
Activity Length: 720 mins
Activity Run By: Janine Lewis
Location: Pangbourne Recreation Car Park
Type: Nordic Walking, Exercise Anywhere (No Discount)

We have decided to celebrate 3JFitness's 2nd anniversary with a charity weekend of fun!

Join us for a special 12 hour 2018 charity challenge.

How many laps could you complete of our special Thames Circular that is approximately 12 miles.

Are you hard core enough to give it a go? The Mapledurham Cafe and Griffin Pub will be open at the two midway points.

If you can't start at 8am then catch us on the second or third lap; we shall have a phone relay set up so that you can join us at a suitable timing.

Why not do this challenge to raise funds for your favourite charity and in even in fancy dress!

There are some random spot prizes!

100% of the profits from the entry fee will go to the children's charity Whizz-Kidz. They provide disabled children with the essential wheelchairs and other mobility equipment they need to lead a fun and active childhood.

Your walk fee covers the walk, medal and duck. Take lots of selfies and share with everyone! 

Please park considerately by the Purley Sports and Social club and avoind the bus stop.

Please see website for more details about the creation of www.luckyduckraces.com.

Booking online in advance is essential. This is to keep you safe and minimise the risks for these exciting walks.

Please do take care on this walk; we can not be held responsible for accidents where you have compromised your own safety. We take all due care to minimise risks.

 

 

This activity is run by: Janine Lewis

3J Fitness is about encouraging you to take the positive steps to enriching and energising your mind, body and soul through a structured walking and fitness program outdoors. Exercise your happiness and get Nordic Walking today!

Activity Location: Pangbourne Recreation Car Park
Address: 11A Thames Ave, Pangbourne, Reading RG8 7BY, UK
Location Notes: *Do not park in Thames Avenue or at 11a* - just drive to the end of the road, turn left then right down a small track, under a height restrictor. We meet at the gates of the Recreational car park. Public toilets available. Additional car parking at the Dolphin Centre (bring coins for the meter) and the Pangbourne Working Mens Club, which is opposite Thames Avenue. This has cameras to clock your car in. Be aware you must pay either at the ticket machine or phone in. Do not stay here if you are unable to get a valid ticket. There is another car park in Pangbourne Village (back under railway bridge, turn right at mini roundabout, then right at next mini roundabout - you should see signs for it and the public toilets.)

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