Endure24 Reading

18 - 19 June 2022

Join #TeamARUK using your own place

If you already have a place in this event, do let us know.
There’s no minimum sponsorship target and we can provide help and support with your fundraising.

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A multi-award winning 24 hour relay race.

Epic, brutal, relentless and a whole lot of fun! Endure24 Reading is a trail running race against the clock to tackle as many laps of our iconic course at Wasing Park as you can in 24 hours. Enter as a solo runner or get a team together and see how far you can run in 24 hours.

There’s nothing quite like the atmosphere you’ll find at Endure24, from the incredible support of your fellow participants and those watching on, to the festival style campsite with all the concessions your heart desires!

For a challenge that usually costs £75 (Team) - £95 (Solo), you can sign up for just £16 (Team) - £20 (Solo) when you pledge to raise £250.

Distance: 24 hour, five-mile loop


About the venue

Wasing Park is set within the beautiful Berkshire countryside amongst 33 acres which include a Manor House, walled Gardens and lakes. The 8km route ensures you’ll cover all the stunning areas of this unique venue.

Find this event

Wasing Park, Reading , RG7 4NG, United Kingdom.

When you join #TeamARUK you’ll receive:

  • Help and support from a dedicated fundraising team.
  • A fundraising pack bursting with hints and tips.
  • A free Alzheimer’s Research UK running vest or technical t-shirt.
  • Access to fundraising materials, cheer packs for friends and family, and more.

If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact the Sporting Events team.

If you like what you see but can’t make this event, why not check out our full events calendar and find something that suits you? Click here to explore.


Our work isn’t possible without amazing supporters like you, and by trekking for Alzheimer’s Research UK you’re funding pioneering research to change the lives of people with dementia and their families.