The Event

Backing the Nation’s Charities

We’re getting behind the 2.6 Challenge – are you? Find out more here:

As you can imagine, Stewart is getting involved and pushing himself over 2 days. Back him and then come up with your own challenge – get friends and relatives to donate. If we all do a little bit, we can make a real difference! There are some great ideas on this printable PDF.

Stewart’s 2.6 Challenge

26 activities over 26 hours, split over 2 days. No fancy dress or hourly video updates on this one but will make a little monntage video of all the hours activities for the end of the day, with a update or 2 daily.

Get involved. Link up with Sadie Bristow Foundation as a chosen charity on VirginMoney or JustGiving. Even if you connect 2.6 will distribute funds to help all charities involved across the UK.

Sunday 26th & Monday 27th
8am – 26 push ups / 26 sit ups in one go
9am – 26 star jumps, 26 lunges, 26 squat jumps
10am – 26 goals on target / scored in a row
11am – 26mins of netball / basketball
Midday – 26 laps walking around the green / village field
1pm – 26 tennis volleys / backhands in a row
2pm – 26 sprint / side step laps of the garden
3pm – 26 forearm curls / bench press
4pm – 26mins balancing / jumping skills
5pm & 6pm – 26km bike ride / simulated ski
7pm – 26min jog / sco0ter
8pm – 26 different stretches

And over in Kingston….

No London Marathon, no problem.

Family Wilson will be running a 26 miles on 26th April by completing laps of their house. Inspired by Captain Tom, they’ll be sharing the running between the 5 of  them – from Joe, aged 10 through to Marie and her dodgy knees!

They’re raising money for The Sadie Bristow Foundation and would love your support!
You can donate via their Virgin Money Giving page:

What can you come up with?

Put your thinking caps on and challenge yourself – more ideas here: