Workplace Challenge - Sporting Fun on the Farm !

sack raceI would like to invite you, your friends and family to our very first ever inter-workplace event.

It's a family day of Sporting Fun on the Farm!

Date: Sat 18th July 2015, 15:00 - 18:00  

Venue: Caenhill Countryside Centre

Price: £40.00 Per Team of 4 people (includes Hog Roast)

Enter your team now!

Why not bring along your supporters to cheer you on ! Children are welcome at the event as they can see the animals at the Caenhill Countryside Center. 

They will even be able to get close and pet the animals ! 

The event isn't just for Workplace Challengers anyone can join in the fun activities and enter a team! Why not team up with friends, family and colleagues.

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In modern canoeing, or paddle sports, canoes and kayaks are often classified under the same terminology, despite the watercraft having different designs and historical uses.

Canoeing offers something for everyone, from calm steady paced touring on canal and placid waters, to competitive sprint racing and facing the challenge of racing down white water. 

In modern canoeing, or paddle sports, canoes and kayaks are often classified under the same terminology, despite the watercraft having different designs and historical uses.

Canoeing offers something for everyone, from calm steady paced touring on canal and placid waters, to competitive sprint racing and facing the challenge of racing down white water. 

From exploring fantastic coastal scenery by sea kayak to performing the ultimate playboat moves while ‘playing’ and ‘shredding’ the river, Canoeing offers something for everyone young or old, and you don't just have to live by the sea or along a canal to get involved, canoe clubs can be found countrywide, even in big cities!

The recognised National Governing Body for Canoeing in the UK is the British Canoe Union, and more information can be found on www.bcu.org.uk

For more information on canoeing opportunities in the South West, visit www.gocanoeing.org.uk/go 

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48 New Park Street
Devizes
Wiltshire
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01380 725111

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