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Challenge yourself

Red deer stag (Cervus elephus) and runner - Terry Whittaker/2020VISION

Join Team Wild and do it for wildlife!

Whether you love running, walking, cycling or swimming, whatever you choose to do, join Team Wild and do it for wildlife!

We’re looking for supporters to challenge themselves whilst getting sponsored in the following events.

It costs us almost £2,000 a day to manage all of our reserves, so every penny you raise will really help our wonderful wildlife here in Somerset.

Run for wildlife

Run for wildlife @ The Big Cheese

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Tufted duck, Catcott Lows, Somerset Levels - Guy Edwardes/2020VISION

walk for wildlife

The Exmoor Perambulation

Saturday 20th June 2020

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Exmoor Perambulation - Channel Events

ride for wildlife

The 2020 Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100

Sunday 16th August 2020

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Rudy and Peter Skitterians - Pixabay

Do it for wildlife!

We’re looking for supporters to join Team Wild by getting their own places in the following events to fundraise for wildlife. Once you’ve got a place, don’t forget to let us know so we can support you.

Join Team Wild

Don't forget to download your sponsor form below.

Sponsor form

Hobby

Hobby - Andy Morffew

Find a challenge

If the above events don’t take your fancy, find an event near you and start fundraising for wildlife today in just three steps:

  1.  Find an event 
  2.  Set up your fundraising page
  3. Get your support pack

Get in touch

Whatever you want to do as part of Team Wild, I’m here to support you every step of the way, so please get in touch.

Email: kate.wilson@somersetwildlife.org or call: 01823 652404

Team Wild's Hall of Fame

Here are some of our daring supporters who have completed amazing challenges to raise funds for Somerset Wildlife Trust. Will you be next? 

  Our Policy and Campaigns Manager, Steve Mewes, ran for wildlife at the Bath Half Marathon, smashing his personal best and raising over £500.
  Tony Vangasse ran for wildlife at the Virgin London Marathon and powered through the 26.2 miles in an amazing 3 hours 45 minutes, raising over £1,700.
  Dan Marsh, Gavin Li, Lucy Marsh and Dayna O’Shea jumped out of a plane and skydived for Wildlife raising over £1,500.
  Abby Rymill and Fiona Foster embraced the cold and ran for wildlife at the Christmas Cracker 10k along Weston sea front, raising over £250!