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Hans Emblad - Former Director Substance Abuse Programme, World Health Organisation - once said

"In my 30 or 40 years of experience of combating drug abuse or alcohol abuse or tobacco misuse this is by far the most effective preventative action I have come across, one of the very few preventative activities to have a proven record of being successful, and I think anybody who considers these problems important in the world and have the possibility and the means to make a contribution should seriously consider supporting the Rock Challenge."

The Be Your Best Foundation is a charity (Registered Charity Number: 1077291) that promotes UK ROCK CHALLENGE and raises support for its events held annually around the UK.

To go to the BYBF website, please click the link:

A blogging page highlighting the paths and experiences that are leading an increasing number of people to become Ambassadors for UK Rock Challenge!

The page opens at another website: click the link to go there:

Going to be a volunteer for UK Rock Challenge® and J Rock in 2017?

If this will be your first experience of volunteering for Rock Challenge® and J Rock™ Bullet1you need this form.

If you have been a volunteer for Rock Challenge® and J Rock™  before, Bullet1you need this form.

There's loads of information o­n each form about what's needed, how to fill them in, and where to send them. We look forward to seeing you o­n tour!

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Past Champions

2013 Champions
  • Northern Junior Final Champions – Hornsea Community Primary School, Hornsea, East Riding of Yorkshire
  • Northern Open Final A Champions – Archbishop Sentamu Academy, Hull
  • Northern Open Final B Champions – Hazelwood Integrated College, Newtownabbey, County Antrim
  • Northern Premier Champions – Cockermouth School, Cockermouth, Cumbria
  • Scottish Final Champions – Mackie Academy, Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire
  • Southern Open Final A Champions – Durrington High School, Durrington, West Sussex
  • Southern Open Final B Champions – Cox Green School, Maidenhead, Berkshire
  • Southern Premier Champions – Ryde Academy, Ryde, Isle of Wight