Duchenne Research Fund walkers across the UK are already gearing up to climb the Yorkshire Three Peaks on Sunday 9 July 2017, to help beat Duchenne muscular dystrophy: the biggest genetic killer of children worldwide. Come and join us! There’s still time to sign up for the hike, and join our FREE weekly training sessions provided by Suzanne Weiniger of Active Thinking.

WHO?

The DRF Yorkshire Three Peaks climb is open to participants aged 16+.
Under 18s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

WHAT?

This is a tough challenge!
Expect 8-10 hours of walking with some steep terrain – but stunning views. Transport and kosher meals will be provided!

WHEN?

Coaches leave north-west London at 23.30 on Saturday night, returning 24 hours later. Northern contingent will join the group at breakfast

WHY?

Walk for kids who can’t. Help us stop Duchenne muscular dystrophy being a death sentence for hundreds of thousands of boys worldwide

Don’t worry if you have never done this kind of walk before. With reasonable fitness and a commitment to training, this event should be within your reach. We are already meeting every week to go walking with Suzanne Weiniger of Active Thinking – come and join us!!

Still want further info before signing up? Click here to read our information sheet.

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Registration form

Think you’ve got what it takes to tackle the Yorkshire Three Peaks? Please complete the form below.

Fees

Registration is £60 per person. In addition each participant is requested to raise a minimum of £495 of sponsorship for the Duchenne Research Fund.

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