Big Walk 2016 Blog
In 2016 the Big Walk is returning to raise funds for refugee academics and students here at the University.
Throughout the challenge, and during the build up, members of the team will be sharing their stories, and giving you an insight into their journey along the Trans Pennine Trail, and their fundraising efforts.
Having completed the long 120 mile trek along the Trans Pennine Trail physicist Matthew Malek looks back over his time on the walk, the injuries he faced, and what drove him on through the challenge.
This article is located on a different website.
On Friday 17 June members of the ACSE Department joined the Big Walk team for the One Day Challenge.
This article is located in a different section of the University of Sheffield website.
As the Big Walk 2016 gets nearer and nearer the team have been training to prepare themselves for the challenge.
Whilst the TPT teams are slogging it out over 120 miles to raise money for refugee/at-risk students and academics, some of us are taking a more sedentary, sugar filled approach to fundraising.
An introduction to the blog where members of the Big Walk team will share their experiences in the run up to and during the challenge.
With only five weeks before the start of the Big Walk 2016 the team get their training underway with a walk through the Porter Valley.