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How it works
You can complete the challenge at any time in March! How and where is completely up to you, which means the event can be adjusted to your own personal challenge – walk ten miles in one day, spread it across the month or beat your personal best by running 10 miles as fast as possible. Demand for our services remains high and by taking part in March in March, you will help raise funds for our specialist mental health treatment.
Get started by registering today as an individual or a team and setting up your fundraising page. Register before 31 January for our early bird £12 registration offer or £15 onwards.
Go the distance
Walk, run and complete your 10 miles in one or over a couple of days – the choice is yours. Record your miles using a fitness tracker app or enter them onto your fundraising page manually and receive one of our March in March medals!
Raise vital funds
Share your fundraising page and spread the word! Get your family and friends to sponsor your challenge and raise vital funds in support of veterans mental health.
- Joanne Ledwell-Clarke just donated £25
- Samuel Jackson just donated £10
- Grandma And Granda just donated £20
- Mary Hunter just donated £5
- Frances Wells just donated £5
- Joy Sparks just donated £22.26
- John Davidson just donated £31.80
- Daryl just donated £21
- John Brady just donated £10.60
- DarylKing just donated £10.60
- Fiona Humphrey just donated £22.26
- Frank Newell just donated £10.60
- Elaine just donated £10
- Patricia just donated £25
- Dot brady just donated £10.60
- Vickie Knaggs just donated £10.60
- Kay Fitzpatrick just donated £10.60
- Colonel Owen just donated £50
- Newline Computing Systems Ltd just donated £53
- Nicola Wilks just donated £10.60
Connect with our March in March community
Be a part of our community and use the hashtag #MarchinMarch. We always love to see what our amazing fundraisers get up to!
All March in March paticipants recieve a medal
March in March
2021 Finishers Medal
Our March in March medals have a special story. They are manufactured at a social enterprise in the Scottish Highlands called The Workshop Aberfeldy, who provide opportunities to young people who have additional support needs and live in the local area. They are also made from sustainable local wood and have a lower carbon footprint than imported metal medals. Medals will be sent out at the end of March and we hope you wear yours with pride!