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Sunday 10th March 2024 

Take on the ultimate physical challenge at the home of Bradford City.

Fight for mental health by walking up the iconic University of Bradford Stadium (Valley Parade) steps on Sunday 10 March.

There are three ascent options to take on as an individual or as a team relay race:

🏔️ The Chevin: 282 metres, 56 climbs.

🌄 Malham Moor: 411 metres, 82 climbs

⛰️ Whernside: 736 metres, 147 climbs

This is a free challenge but we encourage our participants to raise as much money as they can before and after the challenge. 

What’s included?

👕 A free Mind in Bradford t-shirt, medal and fundraising certificate 
🏅 A well-earned medal to celebrate your achievement 
🎶 Great music pumped throughout the entire stadium 
👪 An amazing atmosphere with friends, family and the team from Mind in Bradford and Billy Bantam cheering you on
🍕 Reward yourself with some of the fantastic food on offer 

Register your free place by 1st March 2024 to take part.

Register your free place!

If registering as a team

Our Fundraising Manager will be in touch to confirm your place and next steps to take this challenge on.

What to expect

Check out Step Up for Bradford 2022! An amazing event which brought local people together to raise £3,000 for vital mental health services!

 

 

 

87p of every £1 we receive we spend on charitable work

£150 could fund a confidential phone call for 10 people needing emotional support.

Learn more about Guide-Line.

£500 could fund a crisis support session for 20 people in emotional distress.

Learn more about Safe Spaces.

£1,500 could fund a one-to-one support session for 23 children. 

Learn more about Youth in Mind.

Event information

Do I need to be fit?

A reasonable level of fitness is needed to complete this challenge. The challenge can be made as easy or hard as you like. The smaller the peak and the more team members you have the less climbs you need to complete. 

For example:

Easier challenge – The Chevin 

Take on The Chevin with 56 climbs between a team of four people. That’s 14 climbs each of the steps.

Harder Challenge – Whernside 

Take on Whernside with 147 climbs between a team of two or three alternating, that’s 49 climbs each! 

Can people come to watch me?

Yes! Supporters can come and watch for free. The more the merrier, we will have a supporter area where friends, family and colleagues can cheer you on as you complete your steps. 

What if I don't raise £150?

You have until the day after the challenge to raise your £150. The best time for donations is often the 24 hours after your challenge when you can post pictures of what you’ve achieved. 

Check out this top tips blog for ideas on how you can reach your target:

Read blog

If you don’t make your target don’t worry, you’ll still be allowed to take part in the challenge. We know times are hard but whatever you can raise will be appreciated and make a difference.  

 

We also have three fantastic sponsorship opportunities for local businesses.

View sponsorship pack

 

 

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