Jolene's Giving Page
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Thu 1 Apr 2021 - Sat 1 May 2021
About this event: Challenge 56 is here! Relay For Life Oxford want you to join them as they take on this virtual walking challenge, from the Oxford Research Centre to the Francis Crick Institute! There are 56 miles between the two research centres and we want you to help walk the distance across the month of April. This is a virtual event meaning you can take place safely on your favourite routes, following your local government guidelines - https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus Challenge Month: Challenge 56 runs for the full month of April and you can choose how you want to complete those miles! Maybe that’s walking 1.8 miles a day or walking 14 miles each weekend you can take on this challenge however suites you. We will be hosting Easter Challenges along the way with special photo competitions and Easter Prize Draws to get involved with. You will also be set up with your very own fundraising page that you can personalise and share! Join Relay For Life Oxford and sign up to Challenge 56 to help raise vital funds for life saving research. Get involved: To keep up to date and for more information on how to get involved in please find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/relayforlifeoxford/ **IMPORTANT** Participants taking part should do so safely and in full accordance with all government guidance. Please refer to the latest guidance here: https://www.oxford.gov.uk/coronavirus
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