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Story added: 26th November 2019

The lineup Includes the addition of two new walking challenges: Yorkshire Three Peaks and the Ridgeway Walk

You can hike, climb, run, drive, swing or quiz for the Community Sports Foundation, with a whole host of fundraising events taking place across the year.

There are two brand new challenges for fundraisers to get stuck into, with the additional of Yorkshire Three Peaks and Ridgeway Walk Challenge.

Here is our lineup as it stands, with more events to be revealed in the New Year.

You can book your place on the challenges now by clicking on the event links below.

A must for golfers, Night Golf (11th March) returns for its second year giving teams the unique opportunity to try their hand at glow-in-the dark golf.  The Yorkshire Three Peaks (28th-29th March) gives hikers the opportunity to scale Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough – all part of the Pennine range – in just 12 hours.

It’s then back to the tarmac for the return of our Endurance Go-Kart Race (8th March), where teams compete in a thrilling multi-lap race around Beccles Ellough Speedway.

For those with Carrow Road ambitions, our Canary Legend Eleven (18th May) returns, giving participants the chance to play on the famous turf alongside ex-Canary legends.

The Mini Coastal Walk Challenge (26th April) kicks off a summer of challenge events, which include the Hadrian’s Wall Challenge (6th-10th May), the Three Peaks Challenge (2nd-5th July), Run Norwich (19th July – registration opens in the New Year), Sky Dive (Sunday 28th June), plus our new event the Ridgeway Walk Challenge (27th-31st August).

One of two events celebrating a 10th anniversary this year is our ever-popular 47-mile Coastal Walk Challenge (5th-6th June), with our On the Buzzer, City! Quiz (12th November) quiz also hitting that landmark in the autumn.

Also returning in the autumn will be the Foundation Golf Day (10th September, details tba).

To see the full lineup click here

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