Fright Hike

26 October 2013, Epping Forest

Fright Hike

30km walks in the spookiest of wooded locations. Halloween hiking through Epping Forest.

Set in Epping Forest London’s largest open space, famous for ghost sightings and paranormal activities. Epping Forest is sure to provide a thrilling backdrop, with its large church, surrounding cemetery and the legendary, ‘Hangman’s Hill’, that is said to have been used to hang criminals and convicts. In addition, the forest is reputed to be the home of Dick Turpin’s ghost – the infamous, murderous highwayman! The Fright Hike challenge is to complete the course in just six hours, take part as an individual or a team, grab your friends, family and workmates and trek with us this Halloween!

If you are looking for a challenge that’s a bit different then this is the event for you! We’d love to have you on our team and in return for raising money for us, we’ll supply you with a fundraising pack and all the support you’ll need including:

  • Training advice and a full training plan for the event
  • Sponsor forms and advice about setting up an online sponsorship page at Justgiving.com
  •  Fundraising information to help you meet and beat your fundraising target
  • Meningitis Research Foundation T-shirt

To take part in Fright Hike there is a £39.00 registration fee and then a minimum sponsorship of £160.

If you prefer you can be frightened in Sherwood Forest on 2 November here
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By becoming part of our team you will be helping to bring a world free from meningitis and septicaemia a step closer.

Meningitis and septicaemia are devastating diseases which can kill or disable in hours. Although anyone of any age can get the diseases, babies, children and young adults are most at risk.

Your contribution will enable us to fund research into the prevention, detection and treatment of meningitis and septicaemia, provide life-saving awareness information and support people who have lost a loved one or are coping with after effects, like Sam.
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Matthew Willis' son, Sam, has severe brain damage as a result of pneumococcal meningitis


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