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About the challenge


Take on the Maggie’s to Maggie’s challenge by navigating between some, or all, of our stunning Maggie's Centres whilst taking in some of the UK’s best landscapes. Take it at your own pace or push yourself to the limit, the choice of how you do it and where you go is yours!

What will your Maggie’s to Maggie’s look like? Are you a cyclist, trekker or runner? Or maybe you have other fun ways to travel in mind (scooter, roller skaters or space hopper anyone?)

Whatever journey you choose, your efforts will change the lives for thousands of people living with cancer in your local community. It's not just a challenge – it's a journey that you won't forget.

Ready to go?


If you already know your Maggie’s to Maggie’s route or would like support to develop your challenge please fill in our online form and your local Centre Fundraising Team will be in touch.

Your stories

Extreme Maggie's to Maggie's

David Blackmore, Commercial Director of Fleet Alliance, ran, kayaked and cycled 168 miles from Maggie's Highlands to Maggie's Glasgow in just three days. To put things into perspective, the run distance alone is the equivalent of three back-to-back marathons – and if that wasn't enough, he also threw in 23 miles of rowing and 68 miles of cycling for a truly extreme Maggie's to Maggie's challenge.

Fife to Dundee – 117 miles on crutches

GP Dr Bob Grant, completed his fourth walk for Maggies's in 2015. He covered 117 miles on crutches, from Fife to Maggie's Dundee. It took Bob and his team of core walkers nine days and raised thousands of pounds for Maggie's.

"The hours and days spent walking on beaches, over rocks, up and down challenging hills and through some of the most stunning scenery in Scotland brought us home to Maggie’s, and a wonderful, very special welcome."

Cycling from Maggie's Swansea to Maggie's Highlands

Maggie's Cheltenham visitor John Hughes took on the challenge to cycle to 14 Maggie's Centres across the UK in memory of his wife Carol.

"Both Carol and myself are passionate supporters of Maggie's and I decided to do a bike ride to all the Maggie's Centres in the UK, for two reasons. Firstly to celebrate Carol's life and how she lived with cancer so bravely over the years, and secondly, to raise funds for Maggie's to ensure others continue to receive the benefit of the wonderful support they offer."

Six Maggie's Centres in five days

A team of of six from subsea technology company Nautronix, took on a 350 mile cycle mile ride between six Maggie’s Centres. Their challenge took five days, travelling through all Scottish cities and many major towns.

"Thanks to Maggie's and all of their staff for being so welcoming in each Centre, filling us with tea and cakes and giving us an insight into their brilliant work."

130 miles for Maggie's in the gym

Gym Instructor Stephen Nicholson cycled the 130 mile distance between Maggie’s Fife and Maggie’s Glasgow on an exercise bike! He also asked gym members to take part in 20-minute classes for a small donation to Maggie’s. Before his challenge he said:

“I can’t wait to get going. I love cycling and the support of people coming and going in the club will make the miles disappear quickly.”

John O'Groats to London for Maggie's

30 staff members from Insurance Broker RKH Group took on the mammoth challenge to cycle from John O’Groats to London, via Maggie’s Highlands, to raise as much money as possible to support people affected by cancer.

"We decided to embark on something huge to make a real impact to the two charities we chose to support. After 800 miles, seven days in the saddle and a cumulative ascent of well over 40,000 feet, we crossed the finishing line in London and were met by a cheering crowd of flag-waving supporters, made up of sponsors, friends, family, and colleagues."