Step out to support our Superhero Stroll

Superhero strollers

Walkers young and old are stepping out to support our life saving work as part of our fun first aid fundraiser - the Superhero Stroll, which launched this month.

Supporters will be donning their capes and masks to dress up as their favourite superhero at events taking place across the country.

In the South West, the Cotswold Way Challenge kicked off on 13 September with dozens of walkers taking part.

There are plenty more Superhero strolls around the country for you to join, or why not organise your own?

Join a Superhero Stroll near you

In the East of England, walks took place around the beautiful National Trust grounds at Sheringham Park, Norfolk on 21 SeptemberLife saving demonstrations also took place on the lawn as part of our Save a Life September campaign.

In the West Midlands, Coventry units are joining forces with their local Rotary Club for a stroll around their local park while the Shropshire Rotary Club will be holding their own Superhero Stroll.

Shropshire units are supporting one of their volunteers who is running 5k through Shrewsbury town centre. There's also a Superhero Abseil taking place at the Custard Factory in Birmingham. SALS demonstrations will also be happening at the Birmingham and Shrewsbury events.

Staff at Sainsbury’s Gosforth Store in the North East, strolled in style for a sponsored 3k walk around Gosforth Park in Newcastle, on 20 September, dressing up as ‘Sainsbury’s Superheroes’. IIkely Grammar School in Bradford have already raised £535 for us after completing their stroll in July, after receiving some first aid training in school.

Chesterfield MP, Toby Perkins, will be joining East Midlands staff strolling through Chesterfield as well as joining in SALS demonstrations in the town’s Vicar Lane Shopping Centre on Friday 26 September.

In London, fundraisers for LINKS at King's University are organising a Superhero pub crawl on 30 September. For just £5 you can join this fun social fundraiser dressed as your favourite superhero. Three of the students will also be doing the Superhero Skydive challenge. By the end of the year they hope to have raised enough money to buy a defibrillator (AED).

In the North West we’re calling on supporters near Stockport to join our Superhero Stroll around Cringle Park on 5 October, with rides, stalls and some theatrical rescue demonstrations from the emergency services too.

Organise your own Superhero Stroll

Don't worry if there isn’t a Superhero event near you, why not organise your own?

Take a stroll around the park, find your favourite superheroes and villains lurking in the bushes, share your #superselfie and eat a superhero cupcake.

We want as many people as possible to gather their friends, colleagues, classmates or community group, don their favourite superhero costumes and sign up for the Superhero Stroll.