Lord Mayor's Charity Event Woodland Challenge
Get Grubby in the Woods!
Thursday 10th March 2016 at 10.00 am
Lickey Hills Visitor Centre
Warren Lane, Lickey B45 8ER
Organised by Birmingham Trees for Life
In aid of the Lord Mayor’s Charity Appeal
Birmingham Trees for Life have been chosen by Councillor Raymond Hassall as one of his four charities to work with him to raise money for the people of Birmingham during his year of office. The other charities are Cancer Research, Multiple Sclerosis Society UK and Fisher House and we, together with other members of the Lord Mayor’s Charity Committee, are organising a series of fundraising events throughout the year – each charity will benefit from a quarter of the funds raised, to be spent in the City.
Spend a day with colleagues and friends enjoying an outdoor team building challenge in the beautiful Lickey Woods.
Can you read a basic map? Compete against other teams in simple orienteering to complete fun woodland tasks at eight hidden locations in the woodland.
The day starts with a briefing at 10am, with lunch at 12.30pm. The day finishes with the planting of three large trees, before tea and prizes, presented by the Lord Mayor at 4pm. £200 for a team of up to 6 people.
For information phone 07896 873979.
Posted on 5th February 2016