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DATE: Sunday 11th September 2022 starting at St Catherine's and ending at Grosnez, a distance of approximately 19 miles.
START: Checkin opens at 8am and you may start once you have signed in. We ask people NOT to start before 8am as you may arrive at checkpoints before they open. Runners are welcome but risk missing out on support at checkpoints.
ROUTE: The route follows the coastal paths along the north coast – there are mainly cliff paths for the challenge with a few roads along the way. THERE WILL BE SIGNS MARKED GNCCC FOR YOU TO FOLLOW. Keep the sea on your right and head west! You can’t go wrong! The Finish at Grosnez Castle car park
FREE T_SHIRTS are available to participants. If you wish to have one please order your size (small, medium or large) when registering and collect at CHECK-IN
COACH TRANSFER to St Catherine's: We will arrange a coach transfer in the morning from the Steam Clock in St Helier , leaving at 7.30am. Please let the organiser know if you want to take advantage of this by emailing Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RETURN: We will have limited transport available to take participants back from Grosnez to St Catherine's at the end of the walk leaving every hour. Please let the organiser know if you want to take advantage of this by emailing Mike at hatwjersey@gmail. Please note you may have to wait for some time to make the return journey from St Catherine’s. So please help us by trying to arrange to be dropped off at St Catherine's and picked up at Grosnez.
WALK NUMBER you will receive your walk number at CHECK-IN at St Catherine's. Further details about event will be sent to you a week before the event.
SPONSORSHIP: We are raising money for our projects in Rwanda. This year we are renovating classrooms at Muko Secondary School. We have a 50-50 grant from Jersey Overseas Aid but need to raise further funds to match their grant. We hope you will support us by seeking sponsors for this challenge.
This popular event covering 19 miles over the beautiful, rugged north coast of the Island has been running now for more than 15 years. Over the years with your help we have raised wonderful funds to support our projects in Rwanda, where we have been helping to improve teaching and learning conditions schools in Rusizi District for more than 10 years.
With our local partners there we have been building and renovating classrooms for primary and secondary schools. We also support individual students to ensure they can access education.
Every year we invite volunteers to join us for short term visits to Rwanda (up to four weeks) working along side local people, helping to renovate schools or teaching English.
To find out about Hands Around The World Jersey, our projects and opportunities for volunteering go to our website at www.hatwj.org.uk, our Facebook page or contact Mike at email@example.com.
Thank you for taking part