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Apr 6

Wild Cycle

April 6th

The Wild Cycle is back!

A 35 mile route of mixed-terrain cycling,  starting and finishing at Colliford Tavern near Colliford lake, takes you across some of Cornwall’s most spectacular countryside. The challenging but enjoyable route incorporates everything from forests, moorland, country roads, fords and lots more!

Registration for the Wild Cycle is only £20, and we then ask that participants raise as much sponsorship as possible for Wild Futures. All participants will receive a well deserved drink, cycling shirt and goodie bag at the end of the ride.

Due to the heavy rain and winds predicted on Bodmin moor over the weekend, we have made the decision to cancel Wild Cycle which was due to take place on Sunday from the Colliford Tavern.  It was an extremely difficult decision, however the health and safety of all our participants and volunteers must come first.  We are unsure at this point in time whether the event will be rescheduled, however we will be contacting all participants early next week to let them know.  If anyone has any concerns or queries, please contact the fundraising team on 0844 272 1271 from Monday 7th April or email fundraising@wildfutures.org

 

Click here for more information and to register your place today!

 

 

Julie-Waltersfinal

Having witnessed first-hand the rescue and rehabilitation work that the Wild Futures’ dedicated team carries out, I have no hesitation in offering my support to their valuable efforts to protect primates and habitats, and I wish their campaign to end the primate pet trade every success.

Julie Walters CBE
Actress and Comedienne

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