Join the 60 Minute Challenge

The NSPCC is calling on people in Sussex to join hundreds of runners, swimmers and cyclists of all ages and abilities to race against the clock for the NSPCC.

Wednesday, 24th August 2016, 12:04 pm
Updated Friday, 8th June 2018, 2:59 am

The children’s charity is hosting its 60 Minute Challenge this October – the UK’s first mass participation event aimed at challenging people to run or walk as far as they can in 60 minutes, rather than running a certain distance.

This event is a fun way for athletes to achieve new personal bests or for novices to spend 60 minutes seeing how far they can go.

Anyone can take part, so whether you are family, a team or an individual, the 60 Minute Challenge is your chance to make 60 minutes count by raising money to help the NSPCC change a child’s life.

Registration for the NSPCC’s 60 Minute Challenge is free for all and adults can sign up and accompany on behalf of under 18s.

To find out how to register, visit

Moira Mitchell

NSPCC community fundraising manager for Sussex

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