Walk for wellbeing 2024

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1. Choose one of our great challenges

2. Boost your wellbeing

3. Support young people's mental health

It's a win-win-win!



Complete a 13.1 mile trek along the beautiful South Downs Way or mark World Mental Health Day (10 October) with a walk wherever you choose! Every step of the way you will boost your own wellbeing whilst supporting young people's mental health. 


Choose your challenge...

South Downs Challenge

Saturday 12 October 2024

A 13.1 mile trek along the beautiful South Downs Way. We’ll give you great support, fundraising tips, a training plan, FREE T-shirt...and more!

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Your Challenge

7 - 13 October 2024

Mark World Mental Health Day (10 October) with a walk wherever you choose. We’ll provide training hints and tips, fundraising ideas, a motivational Spotify playlist and a FREE T-shirt.

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Moroccan Challenge

We regret to inform you that the Charlie Waller Trust will no longer be participating in this year's Moroccan Trek, due to unforeseen circumstances. However, we are already looking ahead and planning for similar future challenges! 

Whilst this particular event won't be taking place, we encourage you to participate in one of our other exciting Walk for Wellbeing challenges (see above)! From scenic hikes to wellness walks, there's something for everyone to enjoy. 

Thank you for your understanding and continued support. 


Fitness and mental health

Being physically active can have a really positive impact on our mental health and wellbeing. We look at a few of the benefits. 

We’ve known for a long time that being active is crucial for our physical health. There is growing evidence that it’s very good for our mental health and wellbeing too.

To motivate you even more, read how fitness can improve your mental wellbeing!

Fitness and mental health

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