If your New Year’s resolution is to get fit and healthy, then pull on your walking boots and start training for the first ever Surrey Three Peaks challenge.

The walk has been organised to raise funds for the Orpheus Centre which was founded by Sir Richard Stilgoe in 1998 and situated in Godstone, Surrey.

The centre is a unique independent specialist college where young disabled adults gain confidence, practical skills and independence through the performing arts Dame Judi Dame a long time supporter of the charity said: “The work of the Orpheus never fails to impress me and I am a great supporter.”

On Sunday 31st May 2015 join more than 200 walkers on a magnificent walk through the Surrey countryside including Holmbury Hill, Leith Hill and Box Hill.

This beautiful walk will begin in the village of Holmbury St Mary and will take you through ancient woodland and past rivers, ponds and waterfalls.

There will be three organised routes to suit all abilities, which includes seven miles, 13 miles or for the very brave, a 26 mile marathon.

Each participant pays a £10 registration fee and has a fundraising target of £150.

Amy Sweeting, Community and Corporate fundraiser for Orpheus said: “We want as many local people involved as possible and hope it will be incredibly successful that we can carry it on for years to come.”

“The funds raised will make a huge difference to our work and will mean we can help more young disabled adults.”

Find out all you need to know and register by visiting www.orpheus.org.uk/3peaks or call 01883 741 410.