NEW CLIFFTOP CHALLENGE WEBSITE LAUNCHING SOON !
Back for its fourth year, the Clifftop Challenge 2017 continues to provide adventure and entertainment, whether it’s a physical challenge you are after or a relaxing afternoon being entertained by some great bands, the Clifftop has it all!
There are runs to suit all abilities, ranging from the 55 mile ultra, Hastings to Deal, to the 5 mile challenge from Dover Patrol Memorial. New for this year will be the Ultra relay, teams of 5 covering the 55 mile ultra route, and a 36 mile solo distance. Walmer Green, the finish point for all the runners, will be host to some superb bands playing on through until early evening, great food and some much needed re-hydration!
The previous 3 years’ events have raised almost £50,000 for Breast Cancer Now and it is hoped that in 2017, with your help, we can raise even more.
The website, which will be regularly updated, provides all the details needed for you to get involved and information about the day’s activities.
17TH JUNE 2017
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WHY WE SUPPORT
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK. Breast cancer is the name given to cancers that have first developed in breast tissue. Thanks to research, more people are surviving breast cancer than ever before. More than 80% of women with breast cancer are still alive five years after diagnosis but around 50,000 women are still diagnosed with breast cancer each year, of which 12,000 women die of the disease.
‘Breast Cancer Now’ is the UK’s largest breast cancer charity, created by the merger of Breast Cancer Campaign and Breakthrough Breast Cancer. There cutting-edge research is focused entirely on breast cancer. ‘Breast Cancer Now’ have already made enormous progress in understanding the disease. Right now, breast cancer is at a tipping point. More women are surviving. But more are being diagnosed than ever before. One in eight women in the UK will face breast cancer in their lifetime. And every 45 minutes, another woman dies from the disease.
Through funding research, it is hoped that by bringing together the brightest minds, the boldest fundraisers and the most determined campaigners, that by 2050 everyone who develops breast cancer will survive.
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