Join us for Parallel London 2017
Parallel London is the world’s first fully inclusive and accessible push/run that actively encourages all ages and abilities to take part. After a hugely successful first year, we invite you to join us for Parallel London 2017.
What is Parallel London?
Set in the majestic Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Parallel London is a track event with four distances to choose from – 100m, 1km, 5km, 10km. These challenges are totally accessible, and disabled participants are eligible to take one buddy for free around the course. Run it, walk it, push it, be pushed. Anything goes!
Why join Team Whizz-Kidz
- Incredible sense of achievement
- Whizz-Kidz t-shirt
- Whizz-Kidz support team on the day
- Lots of fundraising support, advice and resources from our dedicated team
- Enjoy a wonderful family day out
On the day
Parallel London are also hosting a festival of fun and interactive environments on the day for spectators and participants alike to enjoy. These will include:
- food and drink
- charity village
- arts, culture and literature
- family and quiet spaces
- fitness and active lifestyles
Parallel London is all about inclusion; the challenge event is open to children and adults, and to disabled and non-disabled people. The challenge event is about everyone taking part at the same time, having fun together, and not racing against a clock.
Terms and Conditions
All children who are 13 years or under must take part with a paying adult. Any one adult can accompany a maximum of two children.
Why support Whizz-Kidz?
Your support will help Whizz-Kidz reach the thousands of disabled children and young people in the UK waiting for mobility equipment that fits their young lives.
Whizz-Kidz sets disabled young people free to reach their true potential and live their lives to the full. The money you raise could go towards the cost of providing a disabled child’s powered chair – the ultimate gift to transforming their life, and future, overnight.
Read about Sally, Since getting a powered wheelchair, Sally has become a lot more independent and has been able to pursue her passion for wheelchair football – as well as completing a work experience placement.
Or if you fancy a different challenge, check out our full programme of events to find the right challenge for you.