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Get your boots on for beavers! It’s time to walk for wildlife and show you care about the nature and climate crisis with The Wildlife Trusts’ Big Wild Walk, 25 October to 31 October.

Gwent Wildlife Trust are asking nature-lovers to fundraise to help raise vital money for their 30 by 30 mission that will restore at least 30% of land and sea for nature by 2030. The choice is yours to take on one of three challenges:

• Walk 30km over the Big Wild Walk week

• Walk 30km in three days

• Walk 30km in one day

Not up for the walk? You can bike, board, blade or bounce your way to 30k if you'd like to! The main aim is fundraising for your local wildlife!

This is a flexible challenge with many ways to partake for all abilities. If you'd prefer to create your own challenge, that's okay! You could invite the family to join in, set up a remote relay with friends or take the challenge yourself. Indoors or outdoors, front room, park or wood, treadmill or track – the choice is yours.




Create your fundraising page here:
https://register.enthuse.com/ps/event/BigWildWalk2021

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Big Wild Walk 2021

Type:Walking Event

Newport City, Newport, South Wales, NP20 1PA
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