Cycling from London to Paris is one of the great cycle experiences in Europe.
10th Sep 11 - Come to the Mind, Body & Spirit Festival in the Glastonbury Town Hall on the 10th September.
Cycling from Land’s End to John O’ Groats, the furthest possible distance in the British Isles, is a classic challenge that many dream of.
Hadrian’s Wall originally ran from coast to coast and spanned 72 miles. Today we are left with only sections of this famous landmark, which cuts through the beautiful Northumberland National Park and is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Scottish Highlands are full of enchantment and ancient history. You will be overwhelmed by the increasing sense of remoteness and the unspoilt environment as we leave the lowlands en route to our start point.
The Jurassic Coast is England’s first natural World Heritage Site and the landscapes are truly breathtaking. Our trek starts at Durlston Head, on the cliffs above Swanage on Dorset, and we head west along the South West Coastal Path, trekking 23 miles over our strenuous weekend.
This is no cruise – this is a tough-round-the –clock –challenge in all weathers, sleeping and working in shifts. If you want to achieve something totally different, this is the trip for you!
We trek in Britain’s newest National Park from Lewes along the South Downs to the Seven Sisters series of hilly cliff, finishing at Beachy Head. The biggest hills come in the first half of the day, followed by outstanding views across the Downs and the English Channel.
The magnificent prehistoric stone circles of Avebury and Stonehenge need little introduction. We start in atmospheric Avebury, where we can get up close to the ancient stones before heading via the famous ancient landmark of Silbury Hill to Stonehenge.
This Trekathon takes us from Winchester’s historic Cathedral to the magnificent 13th Century Salisbury Cathedral. We pass through picturesque English countryside along the ancient Clarendon Way heading west through farmland, ancient woodland, chalk valleys and quiet villages.
Eve is a charity music night in Leamington Spa that was created in 2009 by Ben Jacobs, a student at Warwick University.
Support EveryChild by coming to a selection of gigs around North London raising money to keep children around the world safe from poverty, violence and exploitation.
The Draw the World Together project brings together comic book artists from around the world to donate pieces of artwork for our work in Cambodia.
An exciting theatre evening showcasing 2 plays written by Stella Willow. This excellent composition of work also includes Harmonica by Joseph Strouzer and Saxophone and Vocals by Geraldine Allen.