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Cycle in Suffolk and Help Save Rainforest

5 July, 2005 - 00:00 -- World Land Trust
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Dunwich Forest Cycle Treasure Hunt map

How to get to Dunwich Forest.
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Cycle in the beautiful forests of East Suffolk and help save the rainforests at the same time.

Date: Sunday, 14 August 2005.
Start time: Anytime between 10am and 12 noon. From Walberswick Car Park
Entrance fee: £5 per person

Dunwich Forest Cycle Treasure Hunt

Help raise money for international conservation charity the World Land Trust and have fun at the same time by joining us on the Dunwich Forest Cycle Treasure Hunt. Cycle along the lanes and byways of east Suffolk taking in the beautiful scenery, solving clues along the way and keeping a lookout for red deer and muntjac, and possibly glimpsing wood lark, tree pipit, goldcrest and crossbills as well as other wildlife of Dunwich Forest.

Entry is £5 per person and groups may be as big or small as you wish. This event is suitable for those of reasonable fitness as the route is about 15miles (max.) although there are no hills and the cycling itself is very easy.

Location and time

You can join the Treasure Hunt any time between 10am and 12pm starting from Walberswick car park next to Westwood Lodge, Lodge Road grid ref: 467, 738.

There are a number of car parks in and around Walberswick area close to the starting point.

Refreshments

Bring water with you and refreshments will be available to buy at the finishing point.

Prizes

Participants who arrive at the final destination by 2pm will be entered into a draw for a chance to win one of the fantastic prizes, which include cycling accessories and champagne!

All of the money raised goes towards the work of the World Land Trust on projects such as saving the rainforests of Ecuador. www.worldlandtrust.org

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