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To take on Trailwalker there are just a few things that you'll need:
Then get ready to start your adventure…
To enter Trailwalker, teams are required to submit the following information via the sign up form:
Please note that you will be able to edit team roles and contact details at a later date if necessary.
Team members must be 18 years or over on event day.
As a team you must pledge to raise a minimum of £1,500 to take part in the challenge, however on average each team raises over £2,000. Once you've signed up we'll provide you with fundraising guides and resources to help you reach your fundraising goal.
When you complete the sign up form you'll be asked to pick your team's fundraising target, which you can always change at a later date. Each fundraising target has associated rewards to keep you motivated - be sure to check these out before you decide on your fundraising pledge.
The cost of entering a team into Trailwalker is outlined below. The price includes your event entry and everything else provided.
The entry fee goes towards covering the logistical costs for Oxfam putting on the event. It is non-refundable or transferable, and is not included in reaching your team's fundraising target.
The first stage of the sign up process requires you to submit your team's details and confirm your fundraising pledge via the sign up form. You will then be diverted to a payment page, where you will pay your team's entry fee. Please note that your team's place in the challenge will not be secure until you have paid your entry fee.
If you experience any problems during the sign up or payment process then please give us a call on 0300 200 1244 - we will be happy to help.
Once you have paid your entry fee then you're all signed up and can start preparing for the challenge ahead. We look forward to seeing your team on the start line!
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