Alice and Victoria stop for a panoramic selfie at Whiteleaf Cross-min

Our Events

To view a full list of upcoming events in the local community, visit our What's on Guide.

Whether you like a gentle walk through beautiful countryside, an enjoyable cycle ride, a competitive run or you fancy a swim in open water, we have something for you. Here’s what’s coming up in the next 12 months – don’t forget to sign up early so you can do some training and get a head start with your fundraising:

Herts 10K our events

The Virtual Herts 10K and Half Marathon - Sunday 10 October 2021

Due to the success of last year’s event and the ​ongoing covid restrictions, we are delighted to announce that we will keep our much loved running event as a virtual offering for 2021.

The event will take place on Sunday 10 October however, you will also have the remainder of the week to complete your run.

Click here to register now!

girl at jingle bell jog fun run

Rudolph Run 

We're delighted to bring back the Rudolph Run as a physical event for 2021. Join us on Sunday 5 December Waterend Barn, St Albans and take part in our 5K or 1.5K fun run! Come dressed in your best festive attire and we'll provide the antlers.

Or if you would rather take part ​virtually, you can complete your own 5K run or 1.5K on any day in December that suits you! 

To find out more and book your place please click here.

Dive into open waters at Merchant Taylor Lake for Rennie Grove Hospice Care (2)

Open Water Swim 

Dive into ​our Open Water Swim at Merchant Taylors Lake in Hertfordshire! 2022 date TBC.

Tom and Sonia reflecting on the day so far up at Coombe Hill

Chilterns 3 Peaks Challenge 

Our ever-popular walk across the stunning Chilterns Ridgeway. With a choice of an 8,12 or 20 mile route and the support of Arriva buses, choose your challenge and join us!

If you don't fancy any of these active events, why not take part in another challenge? Find out more about our individual sponsored challenges or why not come up with your own idea to fundraise for us?