Britain’s most celebrated charity fundraiser, SpeedoMick, is back on the road again on his 2,000 mile ‘Giving Back Tour’. In his trusty speedos, Mick is currently halfway through his six-month trek around the UK and Ireland, raising funds for the SpeedoMick Foundation and finding charities to donate up to £250,000 to along the way.
A Devon man walked 120 miles across the whole county to raise money for a charity that supported his dog – a retired Ministry of Defence police sniffer dog – in his time of need.
Chris Parsons, 37, from Ivybridge, embarked on the challenge on Sunday 22nd September starting out in North Devon and finishing on Thursday 26th September – springer spaniel Atos's ninth birthday – in...
On Saturday 30th July campaigning organisation 38 Degrees and the charity Campaign for National Parks are celebrating our nation’s most beautiful landscapes. They're hosting free organised walks and natural art workshops at every national park in England, Scotland and Wales. We’re delighted to announce that Dartmoor National Park will be part of the celebrations!
On Saturday 30th July campaigning organisation 38 Degrees and the charity Campaign for National Parks are celebrating our nation’s most beautiful landscapes. They're hosting free organised walks and natural art workshops at every national park in England, Scotland and Wales.
80 years ago a group of people came together to launch a campaign get these magnificent places protected. These events across the country celebrate this incredible achievement, and the things that can be done when people work together. The theme for the events is 'inspired by nature', and brings...
For the first time, Buckland Abbey, near Yelverton, will be re-opening its park and gardens after Christmas, from 27th December – 3rd January (closed New Year’s Day).
This is to welcome visitors and their four legged friends for a moment of relaxation and tranquillity in the woodlands, as well as for a bit of fresh air during the winter holidays. It’s the perfect time to walk off the...
26 year old, Rosie Mai in embarking on a mammonth journey travelling through the whole of the UK, whilst pushing a bed.
She is pushing the bed 1200 miles from John O' Grots to Land's End sleeping in it every night. She wants to raise awareness of many children not having a safe place to sleep at night and suffering in appauling conditions.