Warwick University’s Jailbreak society has started their 36 hour travel challenge to see how far students can get away from the campus without any money 🌍💸
Warwick Jailbreak is a Warwick SU society who organises large charity hitch-hike events raising over £30,000 annually. Each year the Jailbreak society put on the UK’s largest charity hitchhike where students in teams of 2-4, have to get as far from the Warwick University campus as possible without spending any money on transport in 36 hours.
In 2014, 75% of participants made it out of the UK. Some reached as far as Tel Aviv, Barcelona, Rome, Berlin, Copenhagen and Budapest…
Watch student radio station, RaW 1251AM cover the latest Warwick Jailbreak launch event on the University piazza. Participants are in fancy dress, all carrying hitch hiking signs and rucksacks! There is also a World Record Attempt to get as many people into one pair of pants as possible…
Warwick Jailbreak also host LOST. Student’s get 36 hours, dropped at a mystery location with no money... teams have to try and make it back to the Warwick University campus.
How far do you think you’d get on Jailbreak? Let me know in the comments 🌍👇🏻
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📻 Hear BBC Radio 2 Presenter and Warwick Alumnus Simon Mayo talk about starting his radio career on RaW 1251AM.