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South Coast Challenge

Walk, jog or run some of England's finest scenery from Eastbourne to Arundel.

Walk, jog or run over kidney disease

Take on the South Coast Challenge and enjoy the backdrop of the South Downs National Park!

An Eastbourne start, up Beachy Head, over the magnificent Seven Sisters, and along the famous South Downs Way  National Trail with stunning views over the sea to a Brighton mid-point. Devil's Dyke, welcome rest stops, a few ups and downs all lie ahead before historic Arundel comes into view after an amazing journey.

You will get full support all the way and with festival hospitality  at base camp across the weekend – there’s a South Coast Challenge for everyone!

Achieve something special in 2023 and let's walk, jog or run all over kidney disease.

Eastbourne

100km, 50km, 25km distances

3-4 September 2022

Reg fee: £15-£198

Minimum sponsorship: £135-£595

2023 early bird registration deal now on until 31 October!

As part of #TeamKidney you'll receive...

Tshirt and free fundraising pack

A Kidney Research UK technical t-shirt

A fundraising pack full of tips and ideas

Support from our dedicated team every step of the way

Regular updates to inspire you with training and fundraising

Other useful stuff

fundraising-pack

Fundraising resources

Get all the materials and resources you need for your fundraiser.

London Bridges Walk walkers

Dress to impress

Get extra merchandise and show everyone you're on #TeamKidney.

London Bridges Walk walker

Shout about it

Let everyone know you're fundraising by using our social toolkit.

A runner finishing an event wearing the Kidney Research UK running top

Got your own place?

Tell us about your event and we'll support you all the way.

London Bridges Walk walkers

Fundraise online

Get your fundraising off to a flying start with your own JustGiving page.

Frequently asked questions

Got a question? Get in touch

If you have a question or would like to chat about one of our events, the team here at Kidney Research UK are happy to help. Please get in touch.

0300 303 1100

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