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Kelly's Cycle Challenge Marshals

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Challengers is a local charity dedicated to providing play and leisure opportunities for disabled children and young people. We are so excited for our first event of the season - the 'Kelly's Cycle Challenge’! We rely on the help of kind volunteers to run our events, so if you're able to come along and help out this spring it would be very much appreciated All you'll need is a few hours to spare on Sunday 22nd May, and a big smile to wear.. (plus you'll automatically get free entry to the event!) Being either a route marshal or a feed station volunteer, your job is to keep our cyclists safe on their cycle and fuel them up as much as possible! Not only will you get to be part of an exciting day in the country lanes along the Surrey and Farnham border, you are supporting us in providing play and leisure opportunities to disabled children and young people across the South East

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About Challengers


Stoke Park, Guildford, Surrey GU1 1TU, GB

Mission Statement

Our Mission - A world where all children and young people play together, freely.


Founded in 1979, Challengers is dedicated to breaking down the barriers of play for disabled children and young people. We provide inclusive play and leisure opportunities for disabled children and young people, aged 2-18 at our pre-schools, play schemes and youth schemes all based across the South East. Challengers is a place where all disabled children and young people can have fun, make friends and try activities they have never had the opportunity to before. Play is a crucial part of a child’s development. They develop key social, physical and emotional skills that are vital in later life. Our non-exclusion policy ensures that everyone is included, regardless of the complexity of their care, needs and impairments or their geographical location.
Whilst their child is in our care, parents can feel confident that their son or daughter is happy and safe, and that their needs are well catered for. Our services provide respite for them, and fun for their child. Where other providers of play and leisure say no, Challengers will always say yes.


Children & Youth
People with Disabilities
Children & Youth, Community, People with Disabilities


Sun May 22, 2022


Alice HoltFarnham, GU10 4LSUnited Kingdom







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