November Slytherun 9 3/4

Regular entry price £12.00 Special Offer

Throughout August we are providing Team VRUK members who missed out on this March challenge with a final opportunity to sign up and earn.

Slytherun 9 3/4 - the challenge is open for registration in August only but the challenge starts 1st November until 30th November.

Please note you are paying to enter the Virtual Race.  The medal is a reward for completing the challenge and submitting evidence by the deadline date.   
The challenge can be a Virtual Distance Challenge and/or a Virtual Fitness Challenge.
Commit to 9 & 3/4!  
So this could be 9 & 3/4 km, or miles. Running, cycling, swimming or walking.
It could be 9 3/4 hours of fitness or even days. Incorporating weight training, football, dance, running, cheerleading, basically anything as long as its a proven fitness activity.  
Become a true wizard at getting fit, and complete this challenge in one session or multiple... achieving the distance is a magical feeling! 
By the end of this virtual challenge you will be a virtual fitness and/or virtual distance.

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Good luck!
The challenge must be completed between the 1st November until 30th November 2019. 
Confirmation of completion deadline is 4th December 2019. 
We are delighted to confirm that the benefiting charity for this event is the Staffordshire division of Young Epilepsy, set up by one of our very own Virtual Racing UK community members.  
£2 of every £12 entry fee will be donated to a worthy cause. Making this one a truly magic challenge.    
Medals will then be posted to all those that have submitted results by the deadline. Medals are sent second class by Royal Mail.

Free UK shipping on all of our virtual races and virtual fitness challenge medals. 

Welcome emails confirming your race entry will be issued within 24 working hours of purchase.  Bibs are send 7 days before the challenge begins.

Young Epilepsy are a national charity.  They have over 100 years expertise we provide world class diagnosis, assessment and rehabilitation for children and young people with epilepsy. They also undertake research into the condition and how it can be treated.

The unique blend of specialist services includes a school, college and residential services providing education and healthcare for children and young people with epilepsy, autism and other neurological conditions.

They also provide a range of support and information for parents, children and young people and training for professionals. It campaigns for better access to, and quality of, health and education services, and to raise awareness and increase understanding of epilepsy.

A word from Community Member Victoria, who founded this fantastic group.

Our local volunteers help local children living with Epilepsy, our work includes raising awareness days in schools and liaising with our local Epilepsy support nurse. 1 in 5 school children are diagnosed with a form of Epilepsy and we want to raise awareness to ensure they get the best quality of life possible. We want to organise events so the youngsters can meet up and have a sense of belonging. I set the group up as my 12yr old son was diagnosed two years ago and we want to help other children deal with the difficulties this condition brings. 

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