BASHING THE BEDS BOUNDARY - We are proud partners of this absolutely amazing charity run to beat Motor Neurone Disease.
Bashing the Beds Boundary is being held on Easter Weekend 2019 and individuals, groups or companies can take part in the challenge by running the 150-mile length of the Bedfordshire county boundary over the course of 24 hours. As well as pushing their own personal boundaries, the runners will be raising money to fight one of the most unimaginably cruel conditions, with every single penny raised going to The Motor Neurone Disease Association.
The Beds Boundary Bash will be split into two distinct challenges: a team relay event covering the entire 150-mile route (with a maximum of ten slots available) and a five-mile “final leg” event, open to groups or individuals.
Places are limited, so if you’re ready to challenge yourself and keen to make a real difference for a truly worthwhile cause, then please follow the links below and enter today!
We went off the beaten track at @rushmerecountrypark Wellies needed but the boys loved all the leaves, puddles and mud to walk and jump in. I recommend trying some of the different walks/ tracks at the park and not just sticking to the usual sculpture trail as it can get quite busy and you miss out on all this amazing countryside! We have been a few times and this was definitely our most enjoyable visit as we explored on our own a lot more. We waited a very long time for food and drinks in the cafe so bring a picnic for a more relaxed experience , especially if you have children. Best to bring a picnic blanket too as there are limited seats outside. .
Here’s a full pic of yesterday’s two tier chocolate drip 💕✨💐 I love the colours on this one & all the different decorations ✨ It was also super sparkly but doesn’t show up very well on camera!
Custom acrylic 40 by @donnas_customised_creations 👌🏼
What does it mean to be a member of the Wildlife Trust for Beds, Cambs & Northants? It means you'll be protecting over 100 nature reserves and supporting 9 huge Living Landscape Projects that are connecting wild places across our three counties. It means helping us to inspire thousands of people every year to connect with nature and support wildlife conservation. And it means being part of a movement of over 800,000 people across the UK standing up for wildlife and our environment. Find out more at http://wildlifebcn.org/members Image: Danny Green/2020VISION