Friday, 25 March 2011

3Cs challenge issued to would be 'adventurers'

Lancashire Clubs for Young People is once again organising its popular 3C's Challenge - encompassing Caving, Climbing and Cycling - which will raise money to provide activities to underprivilaged young people across the local area.

The 3C's Challenge is a different kind of sponsored challenge for 'wannabe' adventurers, with a day full of Caving, Climbing and Cycling challenges. No previous experience is required other than to be reasonably fit and to be up for a challenge!

The 3C's Challenge will take place on Friday 20th May 2011 from between 9.00am to approximately 5.00pm. Teams of four persons £125 minimum sponsorship per person (£500 per team) are invited to enter, although if individuals are interested they can be partnered with others.

"This is an excellent opportunity to support a local charity working on local issues," say the organisers, who also tel us only limited places are available, so early booking is advised.

LACYP was formed in 1934 as the Lancashire Association of Boys' Clubs but is now known as the Lancashire Association of Clubs for Young People, working through personal contact with 40 affiliated clubs throughout Lancashire, who have over 11,000 members aged between 8 and 21 years Its aim is to assist and support these in providing a safe and exciting place for young people in which they can participate in a range of organised activities and develop through positive experiences, make new friends, learn about themselves and realise their potential as responsible citizens of the community.

• All technical equipment and instruction will be provided. For an application form, please contact Stephen Maxwell on 01524 65106. or by e-mail on stephenmaxwellATlacyp.org.uk. Web: www.lacyp.org.uk

No comments: