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2019 Big Pledge Challenge

3 June - 14 July 2019

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New year, new theme - The Big Pledge Challenge is back!

Celebrating this year's ICC Cricket World Cup coming to the UK this summer its time to step up to your challenge - either as an individual or as part of a team - and get active.

The challenge is now underway! Click here to log in to your record page

This year's challenges have something for everyone no matter what age or ability!

Participants can undertake ANY sport or activity to complete their challenge!

This year they are timed challenges with participants try to 'complete a century' by logging minutes of activity to 'score a run'  and to reach their century!


The Challenges - which one will you do?


This is a challenge for individuals who want to get active, are new to activity or who might have a disability.

Participants will need to complete 10 minutes of activity to 'score a run' and therefore complete 1000 minutes to 'score a century'.

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This challenge for individuals who are already moderately active.

Participants will need to complete 20 minutes of activity to 'score a run' and therefore complete 2000 minutes to 'score a century'.

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This challenge is for individuals who are already active and are looking for a hard challenge.

Participants will need to complete 30 minutes of activity to 'score a run' and therefore complete 3000 minutes to 'score a century'.

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This team challenges is for community groups and clubs or friends and family.

There is no limit to the number of team members. The total time goal will be calculated on the total number of team members each completing 150 minutes of activity per week of the challenge. 

Example: Team A has 8 team members. 150 minutes x 8 = 1,200 minutes x 6 weeks = Total time goal of 7,200 minutes. Based on this total time the system will calculate that this team will need to complete 72 minutes to 'score a run'.

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This team challenges is for schools

There is no limit to the number of pupils. The total time goal will be calculated on the total number of pupils each completing 60 minutes of activity per day of the school week of the duration challenge. 

Example: School A has 150 pupils. 60 minutes x 5 = 300 minutes x 6 weeks= 1,800 minutes per pupil x 150 pupils = Total time goal for the school of 270,000 minutes. Based on this total time the system will calculate that this team will need to complete 2,700 minutes to 'score a run'

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This team challenges is for business or workplace teams.

There is no limit to the number of team members. The total time goal will be calculated on the total number of team members each completing 150 minutes of activity per week of the challenge. 

Example: Team A has 8 team members. 150 minutes x 8 = 1,200 minutes x 6 weeks = Total time goal of 7,200 minutes. Based on this total time the system will calculate that this team will need to complete 72 minutes to 'score a run'

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Do you live in Salisbury or Amesbury?

If you live in either Salisbury or Amesbury then this year you can sign up for Beat the Street!  Running from 20 May to 1 July 2019 participants can find out more and sign up. This is a community wide game where players tap cards on sensors called Beat Boxes and earn points as they walk, cycle and run. The further you travel, the more points you earn. You can even win prizes! So whether you are a school, friends and family group, workplace team or community group or club it's time for you to hit the payment and try and beat the street!

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If you have any questions please email bigpledge@wiltshire.gov.uk

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Last updated: 31 May 2019 | Last reviewed: 31 May 2019