BOLD Adventures boldly going where none have gone before!

1st May 2018

Following the huge success of their Charity Abseil for Cavendish Cancer Care last month (raising over £6000!), BOLD Adventures are setting their sights further afield for future events.

Cavendish support some of the bravest citizens in our community, and in honour of them, BOLD are busy planning fundraising trips to Machu Picchu for some more brave candidates! At the same time, BOLD are teaming up with Whirlow Hall Farm Trust to organise a trip to Everest Base Camp! Whirlow Hall do amazing work helping children at risk of exclusion from mainstream education get back on track through outdoor development and education. For many young children, the work Whirlow Hall do is life-changing, and an Everest trip will have the same affect for many of the participants. Both trips are planned for 2019, with Machu Picchu in April/May and Everest towards the end of the year. Interest is growing quickly, and the more participants the merrier! Both trips are a once in a lifetime opportunity to challenge yourselves in a stunning location, all while doing amazing work for two fantastic charities. If you're interested in taking part or sponsoring the trip, get in touch at info@boldadventures.co.uk to get all the details and keep up to date.

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