Beat the Street is a real life walking, cycling and running game for a whole community. Beat the Street is being delivered on behalf of the National Charity Partnership – a collaboration between Diabetes UK, the British Heart Foundation (BHF) and Tesco. The competition will run in Nottingham from 27 April – 08 June 2016. People score points and win prizes by walking, cycling or running from point to point and tapping a registered and activated Beat the Street RFID (Radio Frequency ID) card or Fob on sensors (Beat Boxes) which are placed on lamp posts across the dedicated routes where the game is being played. A player taps their Beat the Street card or fob at various points on their way to and from work, school and to the shops. Registered players can win regular spot prizes for a ‘lucky tap’ on a Beat Box. To be eligible to win a prize, players must be registered. The more Beat Boxes you tap, the further you travel and the greater your chance of winning a prize. Players can also join teams by choosing from the list on the registration page. There are lots of prizes up for grabs for individuals and teams taking part in Beat the Street. Daily lucky tap prizes include £25 Decathlon vouchers. Additionally, one prize goodie bag will be won by one pupil per participating school every week.
Leaderboards We have 2 leaderboards: Total Points & Average Points. For each of these leaderboards there will be 3 cascading prizes as follows:
• 1st place £1000 of Decathlon vouchers
• 2nd place £500 of Decathlon vouchers
• 3rd place £250 of Decathlon vouchers