April 2017

Last chance to sponsor Steve and Helen 

Backshalls take inspiration from UK's only rainforest
Steve and Helen Backshall at the Eden Project. © Emily Whitfield-Wicks

To further inspire them for their demanding canoe race in aid of Bornean Rainforest, Steve and Helen Backshall visited the rainforest biome of the Eden Project in Cornwall.

With less than two weeks to go before the Devizes to Westminster International Canoe Race, the training has become pretty intense, even for this world explorer and Olympic champion duo.

The Devizes to Westminster International Canoe Race involves paddling a staggering 125 miles and carrying your boat around 77 locks. Steve and Helen will set off in less than two weeks, on 15 April, and so far have raised more than half of their £100,000 target.

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