Take part in the 2.6 Challenge Sunday 26th April
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Take Part in the 2.6 Challenge
If you were signed up to take part in the London Marathon, triathlon or maybe even a skydive, then use that energy to support us through the nationwide 2.6 challenge.
This mass event has been created as a fundraising campaign to Save the UK’s Charities, and we’re urging you to get involved and support The Air Ambulance Challenge.
With millions of £s being lost each day due to the impact of COVID-19 on charities, there are 1000s of people who had planned to run the London Marathon this year, why not make it happen in ways that are possible?
You can take partake in any creative way possible that focusses on the number 26 to help raise money for us – here are some ideas;
Sign up today and don’t forget to share to get more support and even recruit others to join you in helping to Save the UK’s Charities.
Our Crew is Taking Part
Members of our Warwickshire, Northamptonshire and Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland crews will be running the equivalent of the London marathon along the runway at Coventry Airbase, completing 9 laps of the course and finishing at the Fire Station as part of the national 2.6 challenge on Sunday.
The team taking part:
Sophie Birt – Critical Care Paramedic
Gavin Alexander – Critical Care Paramedic
Stuart Maitland-Knibb – Doctor
Also, our Critical Care Paramedic, Adam Nash will be attempting to cycle 260km on his turbo trainer.
Please support our crew members by clicking below to donate.