The 100km Oxfam Trailwalker Sydney charity challenge has finished up for another year, with the final teams crossing the finish line at Georges Heights Oval in Mosman just after sunrise this morning.
A mixed team of seasoned road runners has tonight set a new Oxfam Trailwalker Sydney record for the 100km charity endurance challenge.
With just a fortnight until Father’s Day, Oxfam has a range of fair trade gifts for those looking to show dad they truly care.
Oxfam Trailwalker Brisbane has wrapped up for a second year, with the last team crossing the finish line at Mt Coot-tha at 7:05am this morning, 45 hours after starting out from Mt Glorious.
The first team of four has completed Oxfam’s challenging 100km charity endurance event in Brisbane, less than 12 hours after setting out from Mt Glorious.
More than 1400 people of all ages will set off on a 100km walk tomorrow morning to raise money for Oxfam Australia’s work to fight poverty around the world.
What: In one of the most gruelling charity endurance challenges, 350 teams of four will walk or run 100km through D’Aguilar National Park in the 2nd annual Oxfam Trailwalker Brisbane this Friday.
Celebrity chef Simon Bryant, from ABC’s “The Cook and the Chef”, will be cooking chocolate muffins using Oxfam ‘fair’ products at Foodland, Norwood (161–169 The Parade, Norwood), on Monday 7 May 2012, hourly between 10am and 2pm.
Celebrity chef Simon Bryant, from the ABC’s “The Cook and the Chef‟, will join Lord Mayor Stephen Yarwood in the kitchen this week to help launch this year’s Fair Trade Fortnight. The event will be taking place at the Adelaide Central Markets, this Saturday 5 May 2012 between 11.00am and 1.00pm.
Five hundred teams of four walked through the night in an attempt to complete the 100km Oxfam Trailwalker Sydney challenge and raise vital funds for Oxfam Australia work around the world.