Youth and community groups are invited to take part in a challenging five or 10 mile 'night hike' in the Chiltern Hills - while raising money for their favourite good causes.

Langley and Iver Rotary Club is running the 36th Moonraker event on Saturday, October 19 for youth and community groups, clubs, schools, charities, businesses, families and friends to raise money for their favourite charity and for Rotary charities.

It will not be a picnic. In fact it will be a challenging test of participants' orienteering skills.

Teams of three to six participants will walk either a 5 mile or a 10 mile course in the Chiltern Hills. In so doing, at least one of them will require map reading skills and they will work as a team. An additional level of challenge will be provided by having to answer questions from clues set along the route.

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You must be 14 or over to take part.

Langley and Iver Rotary Club have run this event for 35 years and take the issue of safety seriously with medical services and RAYNET radio contact.

There are checkpoints en route. Hot food and drinks are provided.