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Epping Forest Night Only Trek Challenge

11/11/13 14:50 UPDATE:

CURRENTLY ALL PLACES ARE NOW FULL BOOKED. Please advise your interest as we are confirming the final numbers. 

Please note this will be only be running now as a night challenge. Thanks

**Please note-To Be Part of the Challenge - YOU MUST SEND US THE REGISTRATION FORM - link below**

Challengers pack can be downloaded by clicking here:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/beg3k4vuvxyx2u4/Epping-Forest-2013-Challenger-Pack%20v1.3.pdf

Registration form can be downloaded by clicking here:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/fv04oxzt96i4bnd/Epping-Forest-Registration-Form.docx

Once completed, simply email this to [masked].

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Do you dare to take the Epping Forest Night Trek challenge to help raise much funds needed for Syria? Not just a physical challenge but one that will challenge your mental state of mind too!

Please note - As this event is being run as part of a fund-raising campaign.  There is a nominal registration fee and fund-raising required. Details below

Introduction

Epping forest is London largest open space with a wealth of history. Formerly a Royal forest it consist of over 2000 hectares of grassland, rivers, ponds and heath.

With a wealth of history that surrounds the woodlands of Epping Forest, this will be a challenge will aim to stimulate not just your physical but also your mental strength too!

The iHelp forest trek will take place in the beautiful but eerily location of Epping Forest deep into the woods. It’s going to be one hell of a challenge!

Are you ready for the iHelp Epping Forest Challenge?

The Challenge

The challenge will entail a 12km walk into the wild woods of Epping Forest over the period of 5 hours. You will trek through the woodland trailed with oak leaf flutters on the forest floor, along the crisp winds passing through the trees.  No longer will be you be towered by city buildings  but instead you will be surrounded by Oak and Birch trees dating hundreds of years.

Rich with history and with infamous events dating back hundreds of years, it’s easy to step back into time during your iHelp Trek in Epping Forest.

NIGHT ONLY CHALLENGE NOW AVAILABLE.

The trek will entail giant, gnarled oaks and hornbeams beginning to enclose the path so it will already feel like twilight even when the sun is beaming high. Wood pigeons, a flutter from squirrels along to forest floor is certainly an experience that comes from the vast woodland that provides a home to many.

The autumn breeze brings velvet carpets of moss, alien like fungi growing on tree trunk which is sure to make you wonder whether this in itself is another world you have embarked upon.

The sweet and crisp taste of the air will be instantly noticeable with your eyes emblazed by the sheer beauty of the woods.

By night you will almost forgot how times passes while senses are heightened by the scuffles in the woods. Caused by the winds as it passes through the trees, resulting in a path covered with stunning shades of golden bronze leaves and fallen tree bark.

Alone with your mental of state of mind, supported by the iHelp team throughout the journey;

It will be hard to forgot the rewards that will be followed for your commitment to end the suffering for so many as the journey through the wood progresses.


The Cause

The number of Syrian refugees forced to flee the country has passed two million, and still more are struggling to survive inside Syria.

The crisis in Syria is the biggest humanitarian catastrophe of the 21st century. The conflict is now in its third year and the United Nations estimates that at least 100,000 people have died and the death toll continues to rise daily.

With the crisis showing no signs of abating and the numbers left homeless and seeking help continuing to increase, there is an urgent need for food supplies, non-food provisions, medicines and healthcare.

Islamic Help, through the generosity of its supporters, has supplied food and water for these children, plus books and Eid presents to bring a bit of joy into their lives. No matter how harsh or bleak their surroundings, or how uncertain their future, YOU will play a DIRECT ROLE and ensuing that children will be children by bringing a ray of sunshine into the lives of others with their smiles and laughter.


About Islamic Help

Islamic Help is a UK registered charity (Number[masked]) and international NGO established in 2003 by a group of young people determined to make a difference to the lives of those afflicted by poverty and suffering.

Islamic Help now works in over 20 countries and has offices in Birmingham, London, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sudan and Tanzania. Islamic Help remains a youth led and youth driven organisation but has at its helm experienced and dedicated leaders in the field of international development work.

Islamic Help prides itself too on its unique ability to marshal young people, many of whom are still in full time education, into the field of development work.

We are asking you to raise a minimum of £75 for Islamic Help to go towards the iHelp Syria Campaign. It will take time and planning to raise that amount of money, but we are here to help you with practical advice and ideas that we know will work.


Itinerary

The iHelp Epping Forest Challenge will take place on Saturday 16th November. Transportation will depart from Islamic Help office in London. All challengers will travel to deep into Epping Forest where you will walk on terrain of rocks, woodlands dating back hundreds of years.

The challenge will begin with a briefing at the London office at 237 Plashet Road, London E13 0UU. It is easily accessible by tube being a short walk from Upton Park Station.

Once the challenge has completed, we will return back to Islamic Help office where refreshment and whole hearted meal will be provided to help refuel and provide a period of reflection.

Simply decide on whether you will embark onto the day or night challenge. Itinerary is as per below.

iHelp Trek by Day: 0730 Briefing with completion and lunch aimed for 1400

iHelp Trek by Nigh: 1600 Briefing with completion and lunch aimed for 2230

Please note the itinerary may be subject to change.


Registration

Still screaming with excitement on taking part? We are absolutely thrilled to have you join us. You are simply 3 steps away from embarking on an amazing journey!

Step 1: Signup!

·  Email [masked] with the for a challengers pack and registration form.

**Please message me with your email and I can send you the full challengers pack or alternatively email [masked]**

·  Create your fundraising page. This can be done either via justgiving.com or virginmoneygiving.com

·  Pay your registration fee as an initial donation (paypal option also available where relevant). Please note registration fees are non-refundable.

·  Once registered you will also be able to access fundraising materials including:

Sponsorship forms, collection buckets, penny saver boxes, leaflets, Islamic Help t-shirts etc.

 We have limited places and would advise you to register as soon as possible.

Registration Fee: £25

Minimum Fundraising Target £75


Step 2: Fundraising

·  We have a wealth of information on innovative ways to promote your fundraising campaign. Refer to our fundraising section for more details in the provided challengers pack for more details.


Step 3: Get out there and complete the challenge!

·  That’s all there is to it! See our challenger guide (to be sent to separately to interested members) of how to prepare for this and what you will need.

·  iHelp challenges will be with you every step of the way.




Kit List

To ensure that you get the best experience possible it is key that you have the right type of gear before embarking such a challenge. The guide below should help you get started here.

Footwear

Ankle length trekking boots is strongly recommended to provide you the support you need on the day and to help you maximise the day.

If you do not have trekking boots, these can be acquired from around £20-40 for beginners boots that cover/support your ankle

Running trainers will also be suffice should this not be possible. The following is NOT suitable and really wont allow you to enjoy your experience: Sandals, high heels, flats, converses, general trainers/pilmsoles are really not suitable.

Bottoms

Combats trousers is ideal for treks. Other alternative would be tracksuit bottom. While leggings etc may be suffice, they often do not provide the same level of airlow/ drying ability with combats etc.

Jeans/fitted bottoms is NOT recommended. .

Upper Body

Layering is a term whereby several clothes layers is known to be more effective for keeping the body cool and warm then having a single layer of clothing. This approach is recommended as it will allow you to add and remove layers depending on your body temperature.

Vest/Base Layer

Quite simply a garment that will help wick sweat away.

Full sleeve top

This is worn ontop of the base layer to keep you cool. It is normally loosely fitted and sits ontop of the base layer.

Softshell jacket

Effectively, this is simply a very light jacket which is designed to break the wind and gives you the control to easily zip/unzip as you get hold/cold.

Waterproof Jacket: *This is Essential*

Please ensure you have a light waterproof jacket (with hood), even if the weather is great.

More than often it will stay in the bag, but preparation is key to maximise enjoyment.

Rucksack bag/Backpack

Please come with a Rucksack that will sit on your back.

Handbags/carrier bags/ shoulder bags is not recommended and will simply not allow you to enjoy this fully.

Other Equipment

Gloves, beanie hat (again as a just in case) and maybe even trekking poles/walking sticks.

If required all of these can be sourced at places such as Sports Direct, GoOutdoors Stores, Decathlon etc.

Food

Water

Please bring with you around 1.5l for the day/night trek.

Too much water will just weigh you down and too little will leave you dehydrated.

Small juice cartons will also do, but please avoid glass bottles, cans etc as these cannot be closed once opened

Fizzy drink/ Energy drinks (such as redbull) is also NOT ideal as it can result in bloatness while walking.

Lunch

While Lunch/dinner will be provided after the trek, something to consume during your trek is key to keep your energised.

Please bring with you a good size sandwich/pasta etc.

Fillings such as chicken/tuna, cheese will do a great job re-energise you.

One should look to avoid spicy/chilly foods or particularly messy food that may not be easy to eat on the go.

Snacks

A few chocolate/cereal bars is recommended to throw into your rucksack.

Even one or two sugar sweets is not a bad idea! (yes your read that right!)

Bananas and some dried fruits is also a good option.

Please avoid roasted nuts etc as these can often dehydrate you or snacks that are difficult to consume.



Thanks!

Ash.

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  • Ruby R.

    Salaam Ash & co* Finally managed to transfer last collected monies over to our justgiving page with final update, thank yous* and well wishes :) A fantastic eye opening experience indeed* In shaaa Allah all the efforts made humbly via the Epping night trek challenge will no doubt be supporting the incredible brave people of Syria* I pray for humble change for our world, its people and the thinking of a clearer better and real conscience* Ultimately it's about making a difference, making a statement, making a change ... that counts* Thank you so much for the opportunity to have been a part of it ...

    Bless you always :) :) :)

    1 · December 18, 2013

  • Ash

    5,188.90. That's how many times your should be pleased with your accomplishment. Together we raised £5,188.90 (last update 18/11) to help those that need it most. Parents, children, and ultimately their children will iA continue to benefit from your hard work and commitment.
    Thank you again to all those that made this possible!

    Ash. Ps. Don't forget We will do a final count at the end of the week for those final pledges to be updated onto your pages.

    2 · November 18, 2013

    • Saqib

      Well done everyone Ma-Sha-Allah great achievement. Many more events to come :)

      November 18, 2013

  • FH

    A huge thank you to Ash and all the other organisers. Masha'Allah you did a great job looking after us so well and providing a great evening out(doors). I also enjoyed the company and chats with all the other lovely trekkers. :)

    3 · November 17, 2013

  • FH

    Fun! So glad I took part.

    2 · November 17, 2013

  • Saqib

    Another great meet up, completely different adventure and extremely well organised by Ash, Ta(k)sima and team of volunteers :). Looking forward for future adventures :)

    1 · November 17, 2013

  • Tanbir

    I'm going to see if I can make this more of a challenge. I'm about to start a 10k obstacle course. I'm planning on running 10k to the start of the walk. 12k walk, followed by 10k run home for a full 42k marathon distance. Throw in some Jinns...

    3 · November 16, 2013

    • Tanbir

      I didn't quite manage the full 42k, next time perhaps!

      1 · November 17, 2013

    • Shumi

      You did well as you ran most of the walk !!

      November 17, 2013

  • Imran

    Mashallah Had a wonderful experience amongst the peaceful dark forest what better way to spend a Saturday evening than to have a trek packed full of contemplation of Allah's creation and be accompanied by a fabulous group of people that made each step a step in making a wonderful memory it was an honour and a pleasure to be amongst all of you. Ash as always your kind calm and caring attitude accompanied by your focused and safety conscience approach to these outdoor events really enable us to enjoy every moment. A real big Thankyou to you May Allah bless you and the volunteers for giving us the opportunity to take part towards this Noble cause. Quran (You are the best of peoples ever raised up for mankind) ﴿3:110﴾.

    2 · November 17, 2013

  • Shumi

    Was excellent as usual !! Big Thank you to Ash and the I help team..

    1 · November 17, 2013

  • Shumi

    Was excellent as usual !! Big Thank you to Ash and the I help team..

    1 · November 17, 2013

  • Naz

    Great work to those who put the route together, it must have not been easy! Thanks Ash, Taksima and the volunteers for the day as it was a really well organised trek.

    2 · November 17, 2013

  • Tanbir

    Really well organised walk, it's always great to do something different, especially when it's for a good cause.

    November 17, 2013

  • Ash

    The day has arrived! Don't forget your head torch and extra layers... Once the sun has set... The Epping Forest Night challengers will embark upon the spooky forest to complete a daring challenge to bring the suffering of syria into the light!
    See you all soon iA. :)

    1 · November 16, 2013

  • Saqib

    If you can't attend due to some reason you can still donate few quids to a worthy cause, every little helps :-)
    www.justgiving.com/saqwaj

    1 · November 16, 2013

  • Naz

    So for all of those who are not taking part in the trek, you can help by donating towards the cause. Please dig deep and donate generously

    www.justgiving.com/TrekNight

    Thanks!!!!!

    1 · November 5, 2013

    • Tanbir

      The batch for children in need sold out, I'll have a fresh batch ready for this evening - just five miles/ 2 tube stops away from the start/finish area

      November 16, 2013

    • Naz

      It is all appreciated. I'll help eat as many as I can so you don't end up carrying them back, I'm considerate like that.

      1 · November 16, 2013

  • Imran

    Really sorry but had an emergency and can't make it now. Someone is welcome to have my spot. Hope it goes well. Ciao.

    November 16, 2013

  • Ash

    ...24 hours to go!! Time to starting getting mentally prepared for a hell of a night trek! PLEASE don't forget to make that must needed PUSH for donations!

    November 15, 2013

  • Saqib

    3 more days to go .. come on people .. push your contacts for donations.. do mass marketing using Text/ Email/ Facebook/ twitter/ LinkedIn :) MORE is BETTER !!

    1 · November 13, 2013

  • Imran

    Ok sent my registration form in.

    November 5, 2013

  • Ash

    Be quick! - Last 2 places left before its too late to be part of the Epping Forest Night Trek Challenge!!

    November 10, 2013

    • Ash

      Salaam Radwa, Good to hear from you. At present we are now only running a night only challenge. Can you let me know if this is of interest to you please.

      November 11, 2013

    • Ash

      We are running at 100% capacity (with 1 person pending confirmation). I expect to confirm if one more slot will open up. If the night challenge is of interest, please do let me know. Thanks! Ash.

      November 11, 2013

  • Ash

    *ONLY* 5 places left! Guaranteed Chills! Make sure you register to be part of the thrill!

    2 · November 4, 2013

  • Asad

    Apologies i have double booked stuff so i wont be able to make it. will deffo look out for the next one. Enjoy and God bless, i Can still make donations tho and ask around??

    November 2, 2013

  • Asad

    Look fwd to this and meeting you all

    1 · November 2, 2013

    • Ash

      Look forward to seeing you! Don't forget to send your registration form to guarantee your place!
      Last few places left!

      November 2, 2013

    • Ash

      Challengers pack can be downloaded by clicking here:
      https://www.dropbox.co...­...­

      Registration form can be downloaded by clicking here:
      https://www.dropbox.co...­...­

      November 2, 2013

  • Ash

    **Please note-To Be Part of the Challenge - YOU MUST SEND US THE REGISTRATION FORM - link below**
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    Challengers pack can be downloaded by clicking here:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/beg3k4vuvxyx2u4/Epping-Forest-2013-Challenger-Pack%20v1.3.pdf

    Registration form can be downloaded by clicking here:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/fv04oxzt96i4bnd/Epping-Forest-Registration-Form.docx

    November 2, 2013

  • Asad

    Look fwd to this and meeting you all

    November 2, 2013

  • Ash

    Just a quick reminder for those that haven't already registered. To be part of the challenge please ensure you complete the registration form.
    Form and details can be found here.
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/fv04oxzt96i4bnd/Epping-Forest-Registration-Form.docx

    November 1, 2013

  • Ash

    Did a night trek on Halloween... What an amazing thrill! Don't miss your chance to be a part of the scariest trek of the year!

    1 · October 31, 2013

  • Ash

    Last few places remaining! Are you ready to Trek-n-Treat! :)

    1 · October 30, 2013

    • Naz

      Night trek.... Bring it on!

      2 · October 31, 2013

  • FH

    Daytime please :)

    1 · October 5, 2013

    • FH

      This is Feza (FH). I've registered already for the night time trek. I've emailed you (iHELP address) my page (also linked above). :)

      1 · October 26, 2013

    • Ash

      Super stuff. Look forward to having you on the challenge!

      October 30, 2013

  • Nihal S.

    H'ya!
    How long is the night run?

    1 · September 29, 2013

    • Ash

      Hi Nihal, thanks for the message and sorry for the delay (Ive been away on holiday). The walk will be approximately 4-5 hours. Ive added full details now into the meetup details. As always, let me know should you have any questions. Thanks

      1 · October 8, 2013

    • Ash

      Hi Nihal. Just wanted to find out if your still interested in this challenge? Thanks. Ash.

      October 25, 2013

  • Amreen

    How challenging is the night time trek? Is it more challenging than the coastal walk?

    1 · September 29, 2013

    • Ash

      The Epping forest trek will be on-par will similar level to Eastbourne. There isnt as many steep gradients as EB but the terrain is different (soft) as it the mental stimulation of walking deep in the woods at night! :)

      1 · October 8, 2013

    • Ash

      Hi Bonjour just checking in to find out if this was something your still interested in doing?

      October 25, 2013

  • Ash

    The clocks turn back this Sunday which means the Epping Forest Night Trek just got a bit darker!

    Only 4 days to go to secure your place!

    Registration form (Takes 2 minutes to complete):
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/fv04oxzt96i4bnd/Epping-Forest-Registration-Form.docx

    How to setup your page - Quick guide:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/kb468xin4l6epqo/iHelp-Challenges-Creating-Your-JustGiving-Page.pdf

    October 24, 2013

  • Ash

    Are you in?? Registration closes very soon- Don't Miss out!! Send the form over today - It take 2mins to do!

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/fv04oxzt96i4bnd/Epping-Forest-Registration-Form.docx

    October 23, 2013

  • Ruby R.

    Salaam All*

    Hope you are all well, and looking forward to this spectacular rewarding event of change. I myself have just signed up officially via registration and then by setting up my fundraising page. As we're all aware, the day and night trek of awe-inspiring challenge and opportunity, not only on a personal level, with added fun filled adventure, but in an international charitable level of much needed change and support re those innocent helpless lives in need in Syria.

    At this point in time, with only 4 weeks to go for the respective walk/s, it would be awesome to confirm the actual core group onboard this challenge*, so to help/support important planning and logistics courtesy of the ihelp team / Islamic Help ... tbc

    October 21, 2013

    • Ruby R.

      With signing up to such events esp charitable/fundraising ... it's key* to be organised well in advance for the best possible outcome. So by registering today* (it will take a little time, and in setting up your personal fundraising page via JustGiving*) ... Logisticslly* you will thoroughly support Ash's team in their much organised itinery of great value by every means (for a fun great enlightened experience on the actual day, as well as greatly so, as much as we all can, raising funds in good time for the charity Islamic Help, and in much awareness and aid of Syria ... With no stresses to be sidelined by, so then we all are able to benefit happily and equally.

      October 21, 2013

    • Ruby R.

      So finally: Apologies for the long message* but I can't stress the value of forward planning in such events ... Please change yr rsvp accordingly so to allow for this planning* If Ash knows for certain re actual numbers onboard, economically it will be much more sound* saving monies so no monies wasted, so more monies for funds for why we are actually onboard in the first instance* And this all in with much respect to: minibus hire, the best experience for all on the day of the trek re adventure and challenge, catering for the correct numbers for dinner afterwards, and last but certainly not the least ... A healthy decent amount of time between now and the trek, to put your best foot forward in spreading the word* and go go go raising those funds* Thank you so much* Ruby :)

      October 21, 2013

  • Ash

    Latest news on Syria: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-24532793

    Please Make *YOUR* difference on the world! Syria needs each one of us to help.

    October 20, 2013

    • Ruby R.

      Devastating :( Please ... All individuals onboard the trek, please highlight this* amidst all* in aid of Syria, to strengthen your/this significant campaign of value further* Thanks Ash *

      October 21, 2013

  • Ash

    We have uploaded some pictures from what we will experience on our route while we was out mapping the trail yesterday.. Sign up before all spaces are full!

    1 · October 20, 2013

  • Ambreen

    Sorry I think can't make it. Hopefully next time. Thanks. Ambreen

    October 18, 2013

  • Ash

    Salaam All - Just a reminder to those that haven't registered as of yet. Please send us your registration form ASAP. Places are limited, so please secure your place as soon as possible.
    *Please update your RSVP should you no longer wish to attend*

    October 17, 2013

  • Imran

    Just like to say eid Mubarak everyone have a great one inshallah

    1 · October 14, 2013

    • Ambreen

      Eid Mubarak to you too and all. Have a great day :)

      October 15, 2013

    • Tanbir

      Ditto from me

      October 15, 2013

  • Ambreen

    I heard about this from someone..it's bit challenging and very cold too... but can try as most of Eastbourne trip people already going. . thanks amreen :-)

    2 · September 29, 2013

    • Ambreen

      Hummm good tips. Thanks all:-)

      October 13, 2013

    • Saqib

      Tanbir they disappear / hide when you train in the area ... As they know daddy is out ;-) and no messing about

      1 · October 15, 2013

  • Ash

    Salaam/Evening All,
    Please check your emails for details of the event. Those that may of not received it, our challengers pack contains full details as well as information on how to register.

    This can be downloaded by clicking on the links below-

    Challengers pack can be downloaded by clicking here:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/beg3k4vuvxyx2u4/Epping-Forest-2013-Challenger-Pack%20v1.3.pdf

    Registration form can be downloaded by clicking here:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/fv04oxzt96i4bnd/Epping-Forest-Registration-Form.docx

    Once completed, simply email this to [masked].
    You are kindly requested to confirm registration in the next few days. **Should you no longer be attending, please do kindly change your RSVP status.**

    Thanks
    Ash.

    October 13, 2013

  • Imran

    Challenge Accepted

    3 · September 29, 2013

    • Imran

      Our mission , should we choose/decide to accept it, ...

      Is to trek Epping forest Day/Night in my case night As always, should you or any of your meetup comrades be missing in action, the Organiser will disavow any knowledge of your whereabouts. This tape/disc will self-destruct in five seconds. Good luck...

      "tape recorder spins out of control and burns a plume of smoke fills the air"

      Music kicks in " dun dun da da dun dun da da

      2 · October 11, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      Hehe! It's getting even more interesting! We've got drums and trumpets? :)))
      I'm in as well guys, night time inshaAllah! Can't wait for it

      3 · October 11, 2013

  • Amreen

    Hey Ash,
    I'm afraid I have to unRSVP. Just realised I've double booked. Already committed myself to attend a friend's house warming dinner.
    I'm sure that you will all have fun, and raise lots of money for the great cause in aid of which this is being organised.

    1 · October 1, 2013

    • Ruby R.

      I hereby accept the rolling pin of safety and protection to the masses on yr behalf young master of the unpredctable behl on the move* :)

      1 · October 9, 2013

    • Amreen

      Go forth and protect!

      October 9, 2013

  • Ruby R.

    Night Walk :)

    1 · September 29, 2013

    • Ruby R.

      Hey Ash :) Hope yr good, and had a great holiday. Thank you for organising this. It's just brilliant. Truly looking forward to walking, although I was really really really imagining* 'Night Walk* the middle of the night, moon full bright, perhaps a werewolf or two in sight, alien activity, the discovery of my own ET, a rescue mission, simple heart felt beauty, creating a battle to eliminate, sift through and past, beyond bad, good vs evil, smashing away personal fright' ...

      I didn't seem to catch that in the inclusive package, but hey you never know what will be, cos it will be what it will be ... On the day/night*

      Tick ... Count me in!

      1 · October 9, 2013

    • Ruby R.

      Need to book my place via site, and set up fundraising page which I will try do before the end of the week* :)

      1 · October 9, 2013

  • Tanbir

    How strict is the minimum sponsorship? I've done quite a few charity events lately, so I might struggle to raise £75

    October 3, 2013

    • Tanbir

      Hey Ash, thanks for the info. I've pretty much exhausted all of my charity fundraising ideas for the year already (including coming to a meetup event dressed as Superman), to help 3 very worthwhile charities, so sadly I'm going to have to bail on this one, but happy to contribute to the cause

      1 · October 8, 2013

    • Tanbir

      Oh, and I live very close to Epping Forest, so feel free to drop by for tea and cakes before/afterwards

      2 · October 8, 2013

  • Tanbir

    On my doorstep so it will be rude not to come

    1 · September 29, 2013

    • Tanbir

      Is there a minimum sponsorship requirement? I think I have the survival of the fittest run in the morning, but iA I'll be able to make it on time

      September 29, 2013

    • Ash

      Hi Tanbir - Ive updated the meetup details. This should be a walk in the park for you! (albiet a very big one!) :)

      1 · October 8, 2013

  • Sabena

    Jinn haven...no thanks

    1 · September 30, 2013

    • Saqib

      Sabena looks love exorcism !!!

      September 30, 2013

    • Ash

      We will have option of reading Surah Jinn. It will certainly be a test of both mental and physical strength! Come and join us or go for the day trek if you prefer! :) Thanks. Ash.

      1 · October 8, 2013

  • Saqib

    إن شاء الله

    1 · September 29, 2013

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