Active Challenges

Join Team Maypole!

Thank you so much for your interest in taking part in a challenge for The Maypole Project.

The Nuts 7k Mud Run 2016

The Nuts 7k Mud Run 2016 (obstacle course) is an approximate 7km long course with a country mile to start, and is one of the most fun and challenging ways of getting Muddy for The Maypole Project. Find out more >>

London to Brighton Bike Ride 2016

Get on your bike for Team Maypole and join us on this iconic route from London to Brighton. Find out more >>

TrekFest 2016

Join Team Maypoles trekking team on a Trekfest and challenge yourself to complete 54 miles in 24 hours, 27 miles in 12 hours or 13 miles in 6 hours. Find out more >>

Royal Parks Half Marathon 2016

Join our half marathon team in the most beautiful run in London, taking in 4 royal parks and many iconic landmarks in London this is the most stunning half marathon of the year. Find out more >>

Brighton Marathon 2017

Been inspired by the 2016 Brighton Marathon? Well, join Team Maypole for The Brighton Marathon 2017 by signing up for one of our places now! Find out more >>

Virgin Money London Marathon 2017

Have you got your own place in the London Marathon 2017. Been inspired by the 2016 Virgin London Marathon?   Then join Team Maypole for The Virgin Money London Marathon 20167 by signing up for one of our places now! Find out more >>

Already have a place in an event but don’t know who to support? We’d be delighted to welcome you to Team Maypole!

Join our team of cheerers!

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If you’re interested in cheering at one of our events and would like to join our Cheering Team you can volunteer here.

 

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