How can you get involved?

Join the St Albans community in the 13.1 Challenge to help raise money for our local charities. Whether you’re running 13.1 kms, doing 131 press ups or committing to 13.1 minutes of meditation a day – we want your help to support our local charities. We know you’ll have loads of really great ideas, and whatever your age or sporting ability you can get involved. Help to inspire others to pledge to the challenge by sharing pictures or videos of your challenge on social media using the hashtags #STA131Challenge and #AlbanWeekend to be part of the campaign.

Are you ready to make your pledge?

1- Choose a local charity to support
2- Decide on a 13.1 challenge that benefits your health or well being
3- Complete your pledge card and share on social media with the #STA131Challenge #AlbanWeekend hashtags
4- Complete your challenge & donate to your chosen charity!

 

 

Which charity will you support?

If you are not sure which charity to support why not take a look at this list of local organisations in St Albans.
Alternatively, you could choose to support the Mayors chosen charity for the year which is St Albans and Hertsmere Women’s Refuge

 

 

Don't forget

Check out St Albans Half Marathon on their social channels to get involved in a great local St Albans event in 2021! @stalbanshalf

 

 

 

Exercise for all

What about an exercise routine like the one demonstrated by the members of Extend, a fitness organisation for older people, and anyone with a disability?

There is a range of classes, from the active elderly, as shown in this video, to seated classes. To find out more about Extend, and a class near you, look on www.extend.org.uk, or telephone 01582 823760.