The British Heart Foundation is holding a sponsored walk along the South Downs on Sunday June 29.
The free ‘Heart of Sussex’ walk has attracted many thousands of walkers over the past 22 years as it is suitable for all, whether you are a walking enthusiast, want a challenge or simply a casual walk with the children and dogs.
You can enter as an individual or as a team with family and friends.
There are four different starting points varying in lengths, from 21 miles from Clayton Windmill, 15 miles starting at The Swan Pub in Falmer, eight miles from Southease or five miles from Firle Beacon.
Walkers can leave their cars at any of the four starting points be driven back by a BHF volunteer to collect it, after a well-earned tea in Alfriston Village Hall.
The British Heart Foundation are asking for supporters to raise as much as possible for the charity by setting up an online page with Just Giving.
Every penny raised goes towards research into heart disease, patient care, a better understanding of how to look after our hearts and helping patients cope with their illness.