Who’s up for a challenge?

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Charity, News on 3rd May, 2019

Our charity is there to add the extra enhancements to our already highly regarded services. Through fundraising we are able to rasie money to provide additional support over and above what the NHS is able to fund. This has included the transformation of a space to create a more relaxed environment, sport equipment to support physical health or a therapies session which stimulates memories.

If you’d like to rasie money for our charity then this summer there are some exciting ways you can support us:

Take on a 15,000ft tandem skydive on Sunday 29th September. We’ve teamed up with Skydive Buzz, based in Dunkeswell Airfield, Honiton who will make sure you have an unforgettable jump. 

The Exeter Great West Run (free places available)
The 13.1 mile route has it all; a journey through the city centre, followed by pretty country lanes and stunning views across Exeter and a fantastic stadium finish.

The Torbay Half Marathon (1 free place available)
On Sunday 23 June Paignton Green comes alive with a sea of runners taking on the challenging and picturesque half marathon.

Mud and Sweat (Discount of 15% available on places)
Get muddy on Sunday 13th October at the River Dart Country Park in Ashburton. The Mud Run is a friendly, fun event and as challenging as you want to make it. The course is set in open meadows and dense woodland alongside the beautiful River Dart.

The Ultra Challenge Series
Walk, Jog or Run at YOUR pace on the Ultra Challenge Series event of your choice. Join 20,000 others in 2019 of all ages and experience for an unforgettable Challenge. It will be rewarding, fun, and absolutely achievable with your resolve and determination alongside first class support.

UK 3 Peak Challenge
From the scenic Glen Nevis Valley to the picturesque Snowdonia National Park, join us for one all mighty trekking challenge as we take on the UK’s giants on this classic 3 Peaks Challenge! We’ll take on Ben Nevis (1,344m), Scafell Pike (978m) and Mount Snowdon (1,085m) and aim to summit all three in a total trekking time of 15 hours or less

London to Paris Cycle
Spend four days in the saddle, cycling 308 miles from capital to capital. The adventure begins in London with the route taking you through glorious English countryside from Kent to Dover, before crossing the Channel to Calais.

Your fundraising will make a big difference so get in the touch with Daniel Robson, Head of Charity Fundraising by emailing daniel.robson3@nhs.net.