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FUNDRAISING EXAMPLES

TimeNorfolk would like to thank the people who took part in the various fundraising challenges in the recent years. Every penny raised goes towards supporting men and women following pregnancy loss.

The work we do is vital to so many men and women across Norfolk and it is fantastic the support we have been able to receive.

You can read more about some of the amazing activities in our News & Updates here.

Sky Dive Fundraiser

TimeNorfolk would like to thank the three incredibly brave people who took part in the tandem sky dive, as well as their family and friends who have shown their support through donating to TimeNorfolk!

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Jo’s 5K Run

"The charity TimeNorfolk was very beneficial to me last year, helping me through my postnatal depression with several months of weekly counselling sessions. I have since continued to grow stronger and more hopeful in myself and wanted to be able to help other women experiencing emotional difficulties around pregnancy and early motherhood.

I have since found regular running to be helpful for my state of mind and wanted to do a fun physical challenge to mark my efforts.

On Saturday 14th May, I completed a 5k obstacle course run. A couple of friends joined me as we got up close and personal with a lot of muddy bums, whilst crawling under nets, between tyres and through tunnels. I turned a bit hysterical on the huge pink space hoppers, launching myself high into the air while screaming “wheeeee!!”. We ended the race whizzing down a huge slide in unison into a trough of mud!!"

Feilden + Mawson Hadrians Wall Hike

"Architects firm Feilden + Mawson hiked 26 miles along Hadrians Wall in aid of TimeNorfolk.

The adventure started on Friday when the Norwich, Cambridge and London offices boarded their respective minibuses for the journey up to Northumberland, where we stayed at the Allendale Bunkhouse.

We arrived Friday evening and prepared a pasta supper before retiring to our bunkbeds.


The day of the trek started early on Saturday with breakfast at 6:00am, leaving the bunkhouse at 6:30am to get to the start at Chesters Roman Fort at Chollerford in good time to set off at 7.30am.


The group split during the day as the trek progressed and unfortunately injuries meant that not everybody completed the 26 miles, however Lanercost Priory near Brampton was a welcome sight for the finishers, coming in at between 10 hours and 12.5 hours!

Well done to everyone who started, finished and also the support team and minibus drivers for a very successful fundraising event"

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