BEN hits 'Tarka Trail'

Pull the otter one! Charity on riverside fund raising ride

Published:  22 August, 2011

Join BEN the automotive industry charity on Saturday 17 September 2011 as they cycle the route of the Tarka Trail.  This follows the travels of Tarka the Otter in Henry Williamson's famous book written in 1927.

Unlike Tarka himself, they won't be covering the whole distance of the trail, as this is well over 180 miles.  Instead our stunning route starts in Meeth and heads some 30 miles north up to Braunton and should take approximately 4 hours including a stop.

To take part in this great adventure all you and your family or work colleagues need to do is simply pay a non-refundable entry fee of £10 per person or £25 for a family and that secure places for your team of four. All BEN is asking is that in addition to the entry fee teams commit to raising a minimum of £400 in sponsorship

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