Hundreds of charity supporters will be hitting the Peak District next month to raise money for vulnerable Sheffield families.
The Stanage Stumble is happening on Sunday, May 4, offering three walks of 12, 17 or 25 miles which participants have to complete in under 10 hours.
Walkers are challenged to raise £3,000 while trekking around the routes, which take in Fox House, Higger Tor and Redmires Moors.
David Jepson, stalwart organiser for many years of The Stumble, a Long Distance Walkers’ Association event, said: “This will be the 11th Stanage Stumble and we are looking forward to this year being bigger than ever with the help of Home-Start, our nominated charity.”
The entry cost is £10, paid in advance and includes a certificate, badge and hot meal at the end of the event, which starts at 9am from the HSBC sports ground on Limb Lane, Dore.
Home-Start helps vulnerable parents of children under the age of five.
n Visit www.hssheffield.org.uk/news.htm to download an entry form for the event.