Sign up your family for the Genesis Canal Challenge in Bath
People can choose between walking, canoeing and cycling in a fundraising event in Bath.
The Genesis Trust is hosting a family fun day out to raise money for its work with homeless and vulnerable adults in Bath, with the Genesis Canal Challenge at the heart of it.
The event on Saturday September 22 will see people being sponsored to walk, canoe or cycle the six miles between the George pub at Bathampton and the Dundas Aqueduct.
A spokeswoman said: “We would love as many people to take part as possible, to come bring their own picnic and relax by the Kennet and Avon Canal before returning to the George at their own pace. We welcome creative entries too such as tandem cycling, three-legged races or fancy dress.”
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Guest of honour at the fun day will be Bath-based Winter Olympics gold medallist Amy Williams, who said: “I really believe in the work of Genesis in the city, as it has helped so many people over the years. This is another chance to raise money for the charity in a fun way and I look forward to meeting everyone.”
The organisation, which runs services from a soup run to training projects, aims to raise £10,000 from the challenge.
To take part in the challenge, fill in the form HERE or contact Katie Collier by emailing email@example.com or ring 07889 167985.