Charity Challenge 2017

The Guernsey Coastline

Catch 22’s 11th Charity Challenge is set to take on the magnificent Guernsey coastline in 2017. Twenty years after conquering the 3 Peaks, our intrepid band of walkers will be gathering on the island in late April to circumnavigate the cliffs and shores of Guernsey to raise money for their charities. Previous Challenges have included the Welsh 3000s, the Pembrokeshire and Cornish Coastlines, Hadrian’s Wall and the Glencoe Round. Since it’s inception, the Challenge, held every other year, and the Quiz Night have raised over £300,000 for a number of charities, principally The Lord’s Taverners. In 2017, the Challenge will take place over the weekend commencing 29th April. We’ll be walking on the Saturday and Sunday, leaving the Bank Holiday Monday to relax and recuperate. Some might want to take a boat over to Herm or Sark if they have the energy left! If you’d like to join us on what will be an exhilarating trip to a gem of an
island, please drop a line to for full details or call 020 7220 8900.

Our base for the Challenge will be the Hotel de Havelet in St Peter Port – the island’s capital. Other accommodation options are available. The itinerary is as follows:

Friday 28th April – Arrive, check in, relax and meet up with the walkers
Saturday 29th April – Walking Day, approx 19 miles
Sunday 30th April – Walking Day, approx 19 miles
Monday 1st May – Day at leisure on the island or travel home

Transport will be provided to/from starting/finishing point

You may nominate your chosen charity in advance of the Challenge; we suggest setting up a Just Giving or similar donation account and point your donors there via a link in an email. Flights to Guernsey from airports around the UK are readily available. We reccommend Aurigny, the Guernsey airline – htttps://
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