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South Downs Trek Run

Join us and run from Devils Dyke to St Barnabas House, taking in views across the South Downs and the stunning Sussex countryside.


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Chippy's Gang, South Downs Trek
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5 - Lord Henry and his wife Cecilia, Mark Milling, Maggie Davies, Sandra and Hugh Lowson (CEO), Derwyn Jones (Chairman) and wife Gillian
South Downs Trek Devils Dyke

Brand new for 2017 you can take on The St Barnabas House South Downs Trek by running 21 miles off-road on Saturday 7 October 2017.

Setting off from Devils Dyke, this trail run will allow you to take in the stunning views across the Sussex countryside, before finishing at St Barnabas House hospice in Worthing.

Registration is just £25 per person, which includes a fundraising pack, South Downs Trek t-shirt, transportation to the start of the route, refreshment stops en route, a souvenir medal and a glass of bubbly on completion. We ask that you raise a minimum sponsorship of £250 which goes towards funding the specialist palliative care we provide both at the hospice and in the comfort of patients’ own homes across West Sussex. We can give you lots of support to help you to raise the sponsorship and you don’t need to have all the money in before the trek, you can continue to raise sponsorship afterwards and tell all your friends and family about the amazing challenge you’ve completed.

Unfortunately registration is closed for the South Downs Trek 2017. 

In previous years the South Downs Trek has been for walkers only but new for 2017 we have opened it up to runners. So if you are an experience runner why not take on this exciting 21 mile off-road challenge whilst raising money for St Barnabas House.

Running not for you? Join our team and walk the South Downs Trek for St Barnabas House.