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Fundraising for The Waterberg Trust

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  • Event: The Waterberg Trust Challenge Cycle Ride, 12 Mar 2016

The Waterberg Trust

We support education & healthcare projects to help people of the Waterberg in S Africa

Charity Registration No. 1115964

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Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

Our challenge is to persuade as many people as we can to sponsor our monumental effort to ride 84 miles on Saturday 12th March from North Cambridge to a little known place in North Norfolk called Langham. We will be risking life limb, wind and rain in our dogged determination to keep cycling, no matter what. And all to help the people of the Waterberg. We will be raising funds for The Waterberg Trust (TWT) that builds the people of the Waterberg, a disadvantaged area in South Africa that is two hours drive North of Johannesburg. Supporting Community Projects, Education and Health Initiatives are just a few of the ways that TWT helps the people to help them- selves. Specific examples include nurse training, after school support, and English language teaching so that children can thrive in senior schools. In such small but critical ways, TWT is busy making massive differences to many lives. But it can only do so with our help. Helping the ecology of the region is also critical to the welfare of the people because it brings visitors. To this end, this ride will also help to save the Waterberg Rhino from poachers. 

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  • 11 cyclist and 2 tandem riders at the start line, Fen Ditton, 7.30
  • On the bridge at Sculthorpe Mill

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