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Walking and Running Power

Walking Power 4 October

4 October is a day to walk, share and celebrate someone special. Brighton’s Alzheimer’s Society’s Memory Walk will see families coming together to fight dementia.

The Memory Walk starts at Hove lawns and heads along the seafront, a flat, easy wheelchair and pushchair friendly terrain offers both a 2km and an 8kn route. Memory Walks are a series of walking events held every autumn across the country to raise money to provide support for people living with dementia and fund research into a cure. Expect raffles, face-painting, live music.


Running Power 12 October

The 8k Undercliffe Run for Women is a scenic run along the seashore from Saltdean to Brighton and back.

The run is an annual fundraising event to help survivors of domestic abuse in Brighton and Hove and West Sussex. To celebrate RISE’s 20th Anniversary they ask that each entrant commits to raising at least £20. Anyone managing to raise over £150 will receive a free RISE technical running vest after the event.



Save my Job

“We should remember that domestic violence remains a tragic reality for many people. Now is the time to put an end to violence in the home and do all we can to protect children from abuse – not cut back on crucial services for the most vulnerable in our communities.”

So said Caroline Lucas MP on hearing the news that Sussex-based domestic violence charity Rise is facing the threat of losing its child support worker since funding ended on March 31. Anna Young, the worker under threat, is campaigning to save her job, and therefore Rise’s entire child support service. Anna has set up an online fundraising campaign called ‘Savemyjob’ which she hopes will raise enough money to keep this service going.

See further information on Rise’s website www.rise.co.uk. Anna’s save my job site can be viewed at: sites.google.com/site/fundmyjob. To donate directly to the appeal visit www.justgiving.com/fundmyjob

8K Undercliff Run in aid of Rise

Undercliff RunEnjoy the camaraderie of running with 400 other women alongside the expanse of the sea as you raise money to help families affected by domestic abuse in Brighton & Hove. The Rise 8K Undercliff Run for Women on Sunday 17 October is a unique, women only, run from Saltdean to Rottingdean and back in co-operation with the Brighton Women’s Running Club.

1 in 4 women will be affected by domestic abuse in their lifetimes and 90% of children are in the same or next room when violence occurs. Help Rise by running to raise money to help women and children in your community who are living in fear. If you are looking for an even bigger challenge Rise is offering a limited number of places on their Charity Challenge. Open to men and women, the Charity Challenge offers guaranteed places in 3 local runs – either the 8K Undercliff or the Brooks Brighton 10K, followed by the Beacon Half Marathon in February and culminating in the Brighton Marathon. Runners will be supported with motivational, training and fitness support to reach their goal. Naturally there will also be medals, goody bags and all the other fluffy bits!
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Rise 8KM Undercliff Run for Women

Undercliffe Run 09Rise 2009 8k Undercliff Run for Women takes place on October 11 at 9am on the Undercliff Walkway by Asda, at the Brighton Marina. Rise helps women, children and young people affected by domestic abuse. Celebrating their 15th anniversary and aiming to raise a minimum of £15,000 towards services, Rise runs the only local telephone helpline for people suffering from the effects of domestic abuse and needs to raise money to support this vital service.

A unique run along the scenic cliff-side path from Brighton Marina to Rottingdean and back to the Marina, in total 8k (5 miles), the Undercliff Run is an exciting opportunity for new and experienced female runners to experience the buzz and camaraderie of running with 400 other women, alongside the expanse of the sea.

For more details, contact Naomi Bos, Events Officer, Naomi@womensrefuge.org.uk, 075150 27094