Run the Ramathon for Sight Support Derbyshire!
Run the Ramathon, Derby's Half Marathon, on 4th June 2017 and raise money for our services for local blind and visually impaired people.
If you agree to raise at least £100 in sponsorship for us, your entry will be free.
Whether you're training for your first 5K, or you're a veteran with 50 marathons under your belt, we're looking for keen runners to take part in events across the region to raise money for Sight Support Derbyshire.
Although most events have their own charity partners, you can usually run for a charity of your choice. If you'd like to run on behalf of Sight Support Derbyshire please contact us on 01332 292262 or email email@example.com.
X-runner organises the ultimate 5K or 10K mud runs and obstacle course races, and claim to have more mud than Glastonbury! Visit their website here to find out more about their events in and near Derbyshire in 2017. Why not run an event on behalf of Sight Support Derbyshire? Register your details with the Sight Support Derbyshire fundraising team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01332 292262.
Wild Mud Run - 1st April 2017, Osmaston Manor, Derbyshire DE6 1LW
Water Wipeout - 8th July 2017, National Watersports Centre
Wild Warrior - 23rd September 2017, Derbyshire DE6 3BN
Tandem skydiving gives you the opportunity to experience the thrill of freefall. You will experience 40 seconds in freefall and you will have approximately five minutes under the parachute. Just imagine freefalling at 120mph, falling amongst clouds, just like flying!
You will jump from up to 13,500 feet attached to your instructor using a specially designed dual harness. The instructor controls the freefall, parachute opening and landing, leaving you free to enjoy the stunning views and the sensation of freefall.
There is no better feeling than skydiving from an aeroplane when it's for fun and to raise money for charity, so why not give us a call for an experience to remember for ever? We ask you to raise a mimimum sponsorship of £500 to support visually impaired people throughout Derbyshire.
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