Sign up for Tour of Pembrokeshire 2022 free with charity fundraising challenge
After two years of successful virtual events, the award-winning Tour of Pembrokeshire will return in its traditional format this May. Entry to the event is now open, and twenty free places have been made available to anyone who’d like to sign up to raise funds for the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust is a registered charity, dedicated to keeping all that is special and unique about the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park landscape here for future generations to enjoy.
Over recent years, the Trust has improved eight new meadow sites covering 52 ha in the National Park, providing vital habitats for important pollinator species; funded education events for teachers, benefiting Pembrokeshire school children; and enabled pollinator friendly maintenance around 65 miles of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Director of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust, Jessica Morgan, said: “It’s a privilege to be a charity partner of this iconic and much-loved cycling event.
“The Trust is set up in a way that all money raised in this challenge will be spent on projects and activities within the National Park. As a result, anyone who signs up will have the pleasure of enjoying the spectacular scenery of the Pembrokeshire Coast by bike, while knowing that they are making a real difference to its future.”
“Free places will be given on a first come, first served basis and will involving raising a minimum of £150 for the Trust. Anyone interested in signing up to the challenge should email email@example.com, where we’ll be able to help you set up a fundraising page and provide your free entry code.”
The Tour of Pembrokeshire will take place on Saturday 14 May, with four different routes of various lengths. Information about this and other methods of entry can be found by visiting the Tour of Pembrokeshire website.
To find out more about the work of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust visit our Tour of Pembrokeshire Fundraising Challenge page.