It’s time to roll your sleeves up, put on your celebrity smile and remind all those close to you how together we can make a big difference to children with acquired brain injury and their families. If you are short of time or being active isn’t your thing- Don’t worry! Coffee mornings, cake sales, work dress up/down days, ‘Come dine with me’ style events are just some of the ways you can ‘take action’ for this year’s ‘Action for Brain Injury Week’. Find out even more ways to take part in Action for Brain Injury Week
If you do fancy making the most of the light Spring skies and and warmer evenings, then why not start training and take part in one of the many challenges for ‘Action for Brain Injury Week’? Whether running, cycling, mud events, triathlons or walks are your thing- there are plenty of options for you to take the strain, raise some vital funds for the Child Brain Injury Trust and awareness of childhood acquired brain injury. Find out which events are near you.
This year a team of us from the Child Brain Injury Trust are joining in the action too. Bikes are being dusted off and trainers are coming out of storage cupboards as a group of us tackle the Silverstone Duathlon on the Wednesday during Action for Brain Injury Week. We’ll be running 3.3 miles around the famous circuit then jumping on our bikes for a 9.3 mile spin before finishing with a strong run/walk for the final 1.6 miles. If you wanted to sponsor us, you can do so here. Alternatively, why not enter the event yourself?