Sunday 1st July 2018, 11am
£13 online entry / £15 on the day entry
About the event
In aid of Brain Tumour Research, you have one hour to get up and down six of the University of Plymouth's tall buildings as many times as you can, in any order you want to.
Get to the top, collect your stamp, and off you go to the next.
Run it, jog it or walk it it's up to you!
From a mass start, you can navigate your way to the tops of the buildings in any order you choose, and you have to complete all six before starting your second set of summits.
Be at the finish before the hour is up or suffer harsh penalties!
Tickets are priced so that we can raise at least £1000 for the charity, and limited to 100 for 'elf and safety reasons.
If you'd like to raise more money for Brain Tumour Research, you can download a sponsorship form below.
We will also have Brain Tumour Research Collection buckets at the event.
Registered charity number 1153487
(England and Wales)
Roland Levinsky Building
How to get there / where to park
Brain Tumour Research, founded in 2009, is the only national charity dedicated to funding research into this form of cancer. It campaigns for change in national spend for research and funds the UK’s largest collaboration of laboratory-based brain tumour scientists. The charity supports a network of four Centres of Excellence, based at: Queen Mary University of London; Imperial College; the University of Plymouth and the University of Portsmouth.
The University of Plymouth is a Brain Tumour Research Centre of Excellence, currently one of only four in the UK. The world-leading research in Professor Hanemann’s laboratory, seeks to discover new treatments and a cure for low-grade brain tumours for the benefits of patients and their families.