ORGANISERS of the annual Examiner Charity Challenge are looking for more people to get involved on the day.

The charity day will see thousands of people walk, cycle or horse ride in aid of a charity on May 18.

But organisers also want people to run stalls on the day, offering fun for all the family.

Bob Armitage from the Huddersfield Lions Club said: “We are looking for people to run charity stalls or stalls with games for the people taking part.

“We want more people to come on board and get involved.

“This is a day for people to do something different and raise money for a charity or cause of their choice.”

Last year there were stalls with games for the children, face painting and fairground games.

Several of the different charities also ran information stalls.

Hundreds of people are already set to take part in the annual Examiner Charity Challenge, raising money for local and national charities.

But there is still time for others to get involved as the closing date is next Monday, May 5.

You can collect entry forms from inside the Examiner or download one from the website on

The Forget-Me-Not-Trust, the Laura Crane Trust and Kirkwood Hospice have already signed up as beneficiaries.

Participants can also choose to raise money for their scout group or football team.

The aim is for people to get together and raise money for a cause close to their heart or give something back to the community.

There will be a number of routes for people of all levels of fitness and ability, including a family-friendly walk and a more challenging walk.

There are also four bike rides, a horse ride and a short wheelchair and pushchair walk.

For more information contact Bob Armitage on 07802 900 653.