We’ve been thrilled at how well our event mementos were received at our first two runnings, so much so that this week we’ve confirmed arrangements with local potter Trevor Pictor, to produce them again this year.
Trevor, owner of White Horse pottery in Westbury, is also delighted to be involved again. “It’s been great to support a local event raising money for such a great cause. I’m proud to be providing the finishers mementos once again”, he said.
We think it’s really appropriate that an event held in Westbury has mementos and prizes made by a craftsman locally rather than just giving out off the shelf mass produced medals to our finishers and prize winners. We hope you’ll enjoy them again this year.
You can get yours too but first you’ll have to sign up at www.entrycentral.com/thehillyhelmetchallenge
We’re delighted to announce that the West Wilts Magazine are back for their second year to support Hilly Helmet 3. We’ll be adding them to our event partners page in due course so you’ll be able to look them up and see if you can use their services. Look for an item about our event in their June publication.
We’re very grateful to West Wilts Magazine for supporting our event again this year.
We’re pleased to announce GD Massage have signed up as a partner for our event this year. On offer pre and post run will be a 10 minutes for £5 service including taping if required with all money raised being donated to our event.
Gary has previously supported us by donating a massage voucher and is based locally at Bradford on Avon but works on a come to you basis. He has been a registered sports masseur for 4 years and has an in depth knowledge of sports massage, deep tissue massage and kinesiology.
We’re really pleased to have him along for the night and hope to see you take advantage of this service.
Have you entered the 3rd edition of The Hilly Helmet Challenge yet?
This year we’re offering 10 of our entrants a special opportunity to go the extra mile for Brain Tumour Support and take part for free.
To ensure you look the part, we’ll give you a smart technical t shirt or vest in the charity’s colours to wear on the night.(As pictured above)
In return, you’ll pledge to raise a minimum of £100 (excluding gift aid) and have access to fundraising tools and tips via the Brain Tumour Support website to help you reach your target. It doesn’t matter what your ability level is, you could be an experienced runner or this might be your first event and you’d like to mark your achievement by being sponsored for it.
So how do you get a place?
Well firstly, you’ll need to sign up and once you have, get in touch to let us know you’d like to join the Brain Runner Team. If you’ve signed up already and want to join the team, please get in touch via the contact facility on here or via the Facebook messaging service on our Facebook page and we’ll get straight back to you. As stated previously, we’ll be looking for each member of the Brain Runner Team to raise £100 sponsorship (not including gift aid) to run in Hilly Helmet 3 this year as one of the Brain Runners. On arrival on the night of the event, please bring the cash raised along with sponsor form(s) or proof of a just giving page to the charity and we’ll supply your running top and refund your entry fee.
We’re hoping this initiative proves popular and if we fill all 10 places, we’ll even be providing some training tips on our Facebook and twitter pages during the build up to the event. Please get involved by visiting the social media pages and our website for the latest updates.
Last year and the year before we all but sold the event out before the evening, so if you’re planning to run with us again, please avoid disappointment and get entered as soon as you can.
We look forward to seeing your entry coming in soon!
Welcome to our event news page!
We’ll be posting all the news here as it becomes available to help keep everyone informed as our planning builds for this years event.
Our first two runnings of the Hilly helmet Challenge were great to put on and it was a pleasure to see everyone enjoying themselves at them. We’ve had lots of positive feedback and some helpful input as we continue working to hopefully make our event an even better experience for you as we go into year three.
In addition to this website, we’ll be staying in touch via social media, so please stay in touch as we point you back here to help keep you up to date.
Remember the date, 14th August. Put it in your diary now!