On the 13th October 2007 Steve Prescott MBE completed his first of many epic challenges - The Steve Prescott Trans Pennine Walk; 200 miles from Hull to the Super League Grand Final visiting all the Super League clubs along the way.
This was the inaugural Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF) event; the catalyst to an incomparable legacy that has changed the lives of so many and amassed a phenomenal £1 Million of donations to the SPF chosen charities, The Christie, Try Assist (Rugby League Benevolent Fund) and the SPF Special Causes Fund.
On the 10th September 2017, the Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF) will host the Handepay St Helens Triathlon. The inaugural triathlon was held in 2015 when the SPF finally made Steve Prescott’s dream for a Triathlon in St Helens become a reality.
The internationally-acclaimed website You Are The Ref will literally take football to new heights later this year in aid of The Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF)
The Steve Prescott Foundation is delighted to announce details of the exciting extreme challenge I'm a Precky Fan!!..............Get me out of Here!! in association with EDGE Travel Worldwide.
The 48 hour challenge will take place in Burwardsley, West Cheshire starting at 1800 on Friday 28th April and finishing at 1800 on Sunday 30th April 2017.
There will be a wide range of activities (15 in total) that will be based on a “I’m A Celebrity theme”. Here are a few examples Tarzan swing, Eat to survive, Buried Alive, Hot or Cold, Solitary confinement and Slippery when wet!!
Do you know someone who likes an Extreme Challenge? Someone who will put their body on the line and go through Hell?? If so please register for I’m a Precky Fan!!........ Get me Out of Here!! by emailing email@example.com
A total of 20 lucky participants will brave the outdoors undertaking a series of challenges to test their individual and team mental resilience and their ability to adapt in a remote and austere environment. Activities will include individual, pair and team challenges and competitions throughout the 48 hour period. The participants will be split into two camps: Red and Blue.
All contestants must approach this as a digital detox so no watches, no smoking allowed and no comfort items are allowed unless essential for health reasons. Mobile phones will only be allowed for event social media purposes at designated times. Toilets will be slit trenches away from any sleeping and eating areas which will also have privacy covering. On site medical support will be provided.
Registration is now open for the GPW Recruitment St Helens 10k run 2017 which takes place on Sunday 5th March. The event is open for runners age 16 and over.
The 7th annual St Helens 10k starts and finishes at Langtree Park with runners taking on the testing North Road on the way.
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