Challenge Yourself!

Fancy doing something a bit different?

If you have an idea for a challenge you'd like to do to raise funds for PET, contact the fundraising team - we'd love to hear from you.

You can be as different as you dare; writer and education specialist, Lewis Owens is taking on an epic ten-day run to raise much-needed funds for Prisoners’ Education Trust. 

Dr Lewis Owens’ route will take him between his home town of Ruislip, West London, and Canterbury, via six churches named after St Martin the patron saint of the poor, homeless and disadvantaged.

He will begin his challenge event on Friday 23rd March, from St Martin’s Church, Ruislip and will end up, ten days later, on Easter Sunday, at St Martin’s Church, Canterbury. En route he will be stopping at churches dedicated to St Martin at Trafalgar Square in London; Chelsfield, Eynsford and Detling in Kent.

The total distance covered will be around 100 miles and his aim is to raise £10,000. The fundraising comes at a time of particular need for PET, as we fight to meet record demand for courses. You can donate here:

If you are interested in running any portion of the event with Lewis, or joining a PET cheering party, please contact Anthony.  

You can read Lewis's story here; if Lewis inspires you to take on your own challenge, get in touch and we'll provide you fundraising materials, advice and all the encouragement you need!