Staff and students at Cranfield University will be taking on the ‘Row Britannia’ challenge over the next few weeks for Sport Relief 2020. Row Britannia is a collaboration of organisations and individuals who are determined to provide the best possible mental health, fitness and wellbeing support to students and young people. 

The University aims to row a total of 2,020 miles and raise funds to contribute towards Row Britannia’s £1.5 million target for charities providing mental health support for young people.

Launching the Row Britannia challenge, Professor Sir Peter Gregson, Chief Executive and Vice-Chancellor, said: “I’m delighted that the Cranfield community is playing part in supporting this worthwhile cause and I have every confidence that our staff and students will rise to the challenge.”

To donate to the University’s Row Britannia challenge, please visit Cranfield's JustGiving page.

A group of Row Britannia rowers beside the rowing machines used to raise money.
Staff and students take on the 'Row Britannia' challenge for Sport Relief 2020

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