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Walk the Talk If running isn’t your thing, walking for charity is less tough on the joints. One well-known event is Cancer Research’s Shine; you can choose to walk a half or full marathon by night to raise money to help beat the cancer you want to beat most. Since 2010 38,000 people have taken part in Shine, raising around £9 million. Check out :; shine.

Pin Power Cycling is not only good for you, it is better for the environment too. Cycling from London to Paris or off-road in Manchester, there are countless charities you can support while toning your pins and helping a good cause. Check out:

Reach for the Sky Aside from walking, running, swimming or cycling, there are lots of other fun


activities to get involved in, in the great outdoors. For example, you could enter the National Three Peak challenge and climb Ben Nevis in Scotland, Scafell Pike in England and Snowdon in Wales in just 24 hours and raise money for

the British Heart Foundation. That should give you a sense of achievement! Or maybe you want to try a tandem skydive from 10,000 feet to get your heart pumping. Check out:

There are plenty of ways to enjoy yourself throughout the summer without having to spend a penny. Here are just three ideas.


Inspired by the French Open or Wimbledon? Why not take advantage of the ‘Tennis for Free’ programme which gives young people and families the chance to learn and play tennis for 50 weeks of the year. Check out:


If you are 16 or 17 and fancy a free adventure holiday, or one that will cost no more than £80, why not sign up to the national citizen service (NCS) programme. With NCS you will get two weeks out of the house, make some new friends, learn some new skills, all while benefiting your community in some way. Check out:


Up and down the country there are loads of free festivals with something to suit all tastes. Do your homework and you could soon be outdoors listening to jazz, indie or rock, watching a street performance or taking part in a carnival or parade -and without spending a thing.

MONMOUTH MUSIC FESTIVAL, WALES JULY 26 - AUG 3, 2013 When it comes to music there really is something for everybody here – think rock, classical, pop, folk, jazz, punk, world music and more. There is also carnival day on 28 Jul with stalls, workshops, street entertainers and a funfair.

NOTTING HILL CARNIVAL, LONDON, AUGUST 25-26 This is one of the biggest street festivals in the UK, featuring vibrant floats, costumes, groovy music and delicious Caribbean food. Don’t miss it!

BRISTOL HARBOUR FESTIVAL JULY 26-28 Expect a cross-section of international and local artists, Bristol’s circus as well as a display of ships, boats, fireworks and much more.

LIVERPOOL INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL 23-26 AUGUST For a ‘celebration of all things music’ this is the place for you. Check out:

Ditch Public Transport Not only will you save on fares, you’ll get fit and help the environment. Check out: or 35

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