Join the ULTIMATE CHALLENGE in aid of Headway Shropshire!
Survive for 24 hours in the wild in a new
challenge made to excite and push you to become stronger, daring and push you
out of your comfort zone!
Trek in the Peak District, jump into
rivers and try activities you never have before.
Become a Bear Grylls of your own in the one adventure you cannot miss.
Set in the Peak District in some of
the toughest terrain the UK has to offer, the challenge will start at 10am on
Saturday 13 May and finish at 4pm on Sunday 14 May.
An event ideal for individuals who want
to push themselves and teams who want to be stronger, work together and learn
to help others to achieve the ultimate goal.
Where: Dark Peak, Peak District
of May (Saturday and Sunday)
You must commit to fundraise a minimum of £300 as an individual or £3000 as
a team (of maximum 10 people).
much: £30 per person for individuals, £300 per team
…and now for the fun part…
What will I be doing?
- Grade 1 to 2 rock scrambling
- Abseil 150ft into a quarry
- Cliff Jump into water from 30ft
- Navigate tunnels and cave systems
- Ghyl scrambling
- Waterfall descent
- Wild camping
- Outdoor Cooking – Food from the land
This first Survive the Wild challenge is
being offered jointly by three local Headway charities – Headway Shropshire, Headway
Birmingham & Solihull and Headway Worcestershire. By taking part, you will
be helping your local group raise both awareness for the vital work we do and
much-needed funds towards our specialist brain injury services.
Reserve your place today to avoid
What’s included in the cost of the
- Full safety team
- Transport throughout the Challenge
- Parking at Dark Peak in the Peak District
- Group first aid
- All meals
- Challenge finishers T-shirt and medal
What isn’t included?
- Personal insurance
- Transport to Dark Peak
Will I need any equipment?
full kit list will be sent out once teams/individuals have registered. Sleeping
bags, rucksacks and camping mats are required. All safety equipment including
helmets, harnesses and wet suits are provided.
I have to drop out of the challenge/I have
not fund-raised the pledged amount.
you have to drop out or have not raised the pledged amount before the day of
the event you will be require to complete a payment that covers the expenses
the charity has paid for your spot.
Why do I have to pledge to fund-raise?
place costs us approximately £130 per participant, making the rest of the
pledge pure donations for our local charity. The money you fund-raise will not
only help us in our mission to improve life after brain injury, but it can also
help you get better quality food, sleep or other perks during your challenge.
The highest fundraiser or group will benefit of these perks, so it’s in your
own interest to increase your fundraising efforts!
Can I not pay the entire cost of the
running charitable activities means that we need further funding to ensure the
people affected by brain injury receive the services we provide. Your
fundraising is what will help us achieve our charitable goals and we cannot
accept just the full cost of the ticket.
What happens if I do not
fund-raise the pledged amount?
will be given fundraising support from our Headway all the way through, to
ensure that doesn’t happen. If for some reason the target is not achieved, we
will be in touch with you. We reserve the right to offer your space to another
How will I pay?
initial payment of £30 will be via bank transfer or via cheque. The details can
be found on the Registration form.