Test yourself at the Bear Grylls Survival Race in London’s Trent Park on September 30 and October 1
Have you got what it takes to tackle the Bear Grylls Survival Race? Test yourself with the demanding adventure course that returns to London’s Trent Park on September 30 and October 1, challenging people of all abilities and ages to put their fitness to the test while overcoming obstacles in desert, arctic, jungle and mountain zones in the 5k and 10k races.
Children can take part in their own events, specially designed to inspire in them a love of fitness and the great outdoors.
To sign up for the ultimate challenge and the BG Outdoor Festival, visit beargryllssurvivalrace.com.
Update your wardrobe with a trending T-shirt to help young people with cancer. Rock bands Royal Blood, Wolf Alice, Oh Sees and Everything Everything have designed tees for charity Trekstock’s Yellow Bird Project.
Sales will fund support for cancer sufferers in their twenties and thirties. Bastille, Alt-J and The Maccabees have all lent a creative hand in the past. Buy a tee and go to yellowbirdproject.com to see how you’ve changed lives.
Things are hotting up in the heart of Cumbria for next weekend’s Holker Chilli Fest. The fourth annual celebration of all things spicy invites you to Holker Hall, near Grange-over-Sands, for family fun and plant shopping in The Courtyard plus a fiery chilli-eating contest to test your taste buds. For information and tickets, call 01539 558328 or visit holker.co.uk.
It may be in the heart of London, but Darjeeling Express will introduce you to the delights of India.
Owner Asma and her female team were all taught traditional home cooking by their mothers and grandmothers. Start your classic feast with delicious tangra chilli garlic prawns, followed by a Bengali goat curry and a sweet treat of stewed Hunza apricots with cream. Pre-book tickets for Sunday lunch and the Supperclub menu of Indo-Chinese or Calcuttan specialities.
For more information and to book, visit darjeeling-express.com.