NO AVOIDABLE SINGLE USE PLASTIC

AT THE FOREFRONT OF
SUSTAINABILITY IN SPORT

LEAVING NO TRACE

Blog Search Results Loading...

Listening...

[stop listening]

Search elsewhere: WebpagesBlogShop Products

Show Search Hints »


2 results for trail found within the Blog

2 displayed out of 2 (0.04 seconds)

Page 1 of 1

Planet Earth Games partners with South West Coast Path to offer interactive trail walk

Posted by Planet Earth Games on 11th June 2019 in Blogging | planet earth games,south west coast path,trail,coast,walk

Planet Earth Games is delighted to announce a partnership with South West Coast Path Association to deliver an interactive trail walk on July 6th! The South West Coast Path Association has been working as a charity since 1974 to protect and conserve the coast path from Somerset's Minehead to the shores of Poole Harbour in Dorset.    South West Coast Path National trail stretches for 630 miles. Photographer: D. Baker     Together we invite adventurers of all ages to this unique trail walk based on clues to follow and solve, and fun interactive activities to complete on the way.  This is suitable for the whole family and you can do it at your own pa...
 

OVER 300 SAVOUR FIRST EVER GAMES

Posted by South West Youth Games on 09th July 2019 in Blogging |

The first ever Planet Earth Games got off to a successful launch with over 300 people taking part in a range of activities at Flowerpot Playing Fields, Exeter. On a gloriously sunny day on Saturday 7 July, participants took part in girls' football, girls' rugby, plogging, paddle boarding, canoeing, raft-building, skateboarding, scootering, BMX, group cycling and trail walking.  The Games environmental commitments over no avoidable single use plastic, leaving no trace, using recycled materials and being at the forefront of sustainability in sports were full adhered to, with sackfuls of rubbish collected from wider Exeter by the plogging teams. CEO Chris Broadb...
 
[1]

Brought to
You By