Coronavirus, an update from Active Cornwall

Sport Relief – it’s not too late to get involved!

Sport Relief Cornwall

Fearne Cotton, David Walliams and Davina McCall may well have completed their million pound bike ride from John O’Groats to Land’s End yesterday but there’s still time to do your bit and raise money for Sport Relief.

On Sunday 21 March the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile will be taking place at various locations around the county, giving Cornish residents the opportunity to run or walk 1, 3 or 6 miles to raise money for the charity… and have a lot of fun at the same time!

All the way from Penzance to Bude, the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile will be kicking off and it’s your time to shine.  From teeny-tots with their mums and dads to super sprinters up against the clock, there’s something for everyone on the big day – whether you challenge yourself to do 1, 3 or 6 miles.  Best of all, the money you raise by getting sponsored or simply entering on the day will be used to transform lives abroad, in the UK and locally forever.  So come on Cornwall, rise to the challenge!

Follow the below links to find out more about entering your nearest Mile... and get involved!

Penzance
St Ives
Helston & Lizard
Stithians
Falmouth
Truro
Newquay
The Eden Project, St Austell
Fowey
Bodmin
St Mellion
Bude

The weekend will kick off on Friday 19 March when everyone gets active, raises cash and has a ball at home, at work or at school; before they settle down to watch a night of top Sport Relief telly on BBC One. Then there’ll be even more BBC radio, online and TV coverage throughout the weekend to keep everyone entertained. Then it’s the big one, the chance for the nation to come together and take part in the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile on Sunday 21 March.