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100 Miles in March
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100 Miles in March

Registration free Minimum sponsorship: £0 - £100
United Kingdom

This March we’re challenging you to complete 100 miles of walking, running, cycling or however you decide to conquer this amazing feat.

Whether you’re taking part in memory of a loved one or just looking to set yourself a springtime challenge, our 100 Miles in March gives you the chance to complete something amazing, whilst supporting all those affected by lung cancer.

Upon sign up we’ll send a free pack with a tracker to help you throughout the month as you embark on this month-long challenge. Take on the 100 miles alone or come together with friends and family to keep you motivated along the way.

The challenge: 

100 Miles in March is a really flexible challenge, simply pick a date and route, and walk as far as you like.

Where: anywhere special to you

When: throughout March

Registration fee: free

Fundraising pledge: however much you can

  • Sign up to receive FREE Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation T-shirt and wildflower seeds to scatter on your walk to leave your own trail behind
  • Raise £80 and receive a scented candle as a special thank you for your support
  • Raise £100 to earn exclusive 100 Miles in March medal

To join our free challenge, simply fill out the form at the bottom of the page and a member of our team will contact you. Alternatively, click the button below to register via your Facebook profile and start fundraising via your personal account.

For more information please contact our community team by emailing community@roycastle.org. Don’t forget to share any images or videos of your 100 Miles in March by tagging us on our social channels!

Why take part?

Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation’s 100 Miles in March allows participants to support the charity, whilst also helping the grieving process by coming together and talking about our loved ones who are no longer with us.

Laura Mackenzie was 23 when she was diagnosed with lung cancer and she was determined to make the most out of her life, spending her last few months dedicated to raising awareness of lung cancer.

After her diagnosis, Laura founded Pink Mackenzie which aimed to raise funds for Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation and since she passed in 2008, her family and friends have taken pride in continuing her legacy. In 2018, the group set themselves their biggest challenge yet – a coast to coast walk from Hull to the head office of Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation in Liverpool.

Read Pink Mackenzie’s story here.

Grief is a personal journey and affects everyone differently. Some of us may want to remember someone who is sadly missed on our own at a special place, while others may take comfort in sharing the experience with other people.

Sign up to our 100 Miles in March today and remember those closest to you in a place that is special to you.