Take The Stairs Challenge

19th August 2012

February is National Heart Month.

Go Red for Heart and sign up for this incredible event guaranteed to bring a glow to your cheeks. You will be helping the British Heart Foundation (BHF) to raise urgently needed sponsorship to help local people with heart disease. Take The Stairs is a run with a difference. Challenge yourself to run to the top of the University of Sheffield's Arts Tower, standing a massive 78 metres high, that's 20 floors of steps between the pavement and breathless glory as you reach the top. Challenge yourself to make it to the top no matter how long it takes and you will be a hero in everyone's eyes. For the ultra competitive athletes, bring your stop watch and time yourself for ultimate bragging rights. Take the Stairs is open to anyone over 16 who considers themselves to be up for the challenge. As this is a highly strenuous activity, it will require extensive training before the event. Also we strongly recommend you consult your doctor if you have any concerns about your health before registering and taking part. Participants take part in the event at their own risk. Registration is £10, to register Visit www.bhf.org.uk/takethestairschallenge Email north@bhf.org.uk Phone 01623 624 558 (dial 3)

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