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Celebrate the legacy for cycling created by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games What is is? Celebrating the legacy for cycling created by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 starts at 06:00 in Queen Elizabeth.
Run under the iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge at one of Bristol’s most prestigious running events. This race is ideal whether you are new to running or want to beat a personal best! About the race Following a similar route to.
Join us for our inaugural walk from Millennium Square in central Bristol for a beautiful 6 mile walk under the Suspension Bridge and along the Avon Gorge to the Penny Brohn UK National Centre in Pill.
Join us as we explore North India, through the foothills of the Himalayas on one of the best charity treks out there. Our charity challenge begins in Dharamsala, where the Dalai Lama and the centre of the Tibetan Community are.
Join us for one of the best charity treks out there as we explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site Join us for a fantastic five day trek along this magnificent structure, over watchtowers and mountains, through historic battlements and to.
Join us at Clifton College for our Annual Christmas Concert! We are delighted to be back at Clifton College for our Christmas Concert on Friday 8th December. This year we will be joined by the wonderful Cheddar Valley Male Voice.
If you ever wanted to run the London Marathon then you have come to the right place! About the Race The London Marathon is the largest annual fundraising event on the planet – over 1 million competitors have taken part.
300 miles, 4 days, 2 capital cities; one amazing challenge! This cycling challenge has increased in popularity in recent years and usually sells out fast; 2018 is not going to be an exception! Following our start in the rolling Kent.
Cycle from Madagascar’s colourful capital Antananarivo to the beautiful shores of the charming and idyllic Foulpointe beach. Why should I do it? This 9 day cycle will take us through highland villages, paddy fields, lush tropical fruit plantations and coastal.
Cycle from the glistening temples of Yangon to Burma’s cultural capital of Mandalay. Why should I do it? This 9 day cycle will take in many highlights of this stunning country which is only just re-opening its doors to tourists..