Throughout the year
Various locations in the UK
Fancy a 10K in King's Lynn or Sheffield? Or a half marathon in Leeds, and more? Or a chance for your family to take part in a fun run together? Try one of these popular regional running events.
It's RAF College Cranwell's centenary year and to celebrate, why not challenge yourself to complete 100 miles for 100 years in our virtual event.
Various locations, Scotland
The Kiltwalk takes place on four weekends in four Scottish cities bringing together thousands of walkers who are all fundraising for their chosen charity. Wearing a kilt is optional but strongly encouraged!
NEW DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED
This challenge will see you free-fall abseil 165 ft from one of Scotland's most iconic landmarks, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, onto the beach below, all in aid of the RAF Benevolent Fund.
To celebrate the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, we are calling for our nation to take what could be our last opportunity to give thanks to those remaining veterans who fought for our freedom. And in doing so, support those RAF Family members in need of our emergency grants service right now.
6 September 2020
Penrhyn Quarry, North Wales
Join a team of RAF Benevolent Fund adventure seekers for a unique and exhilarating experience on the fastest zip line in the world!
13 September 2020
The world's greatest half marathon takes you from Newcastle to South Shields. Don't just take it from us – 20 Olympic Gold medallists have taken part in this awesome run so that's got to be the best recommendation!
27 September 2020
Admire the stunning Avon Gorge, the Suspension Bridge and Bristol's historic Harbourside in this late summer run. The most recent addition to the Great Run Series, the Great Bristol Half Marathon comes with its own distinguished history.
2-4 October 2020
This challenge will see you summit the three highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales — Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Mount Snowdon — exploring picturesque mountain ranges and discovering stunning scenery along the way.
3 October 2020
A march around the Georgian city of Bath, there is choice of either 9 or 15 miles along a stunning route with local, natural, and military history.