Land's End to John O'Groats


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Gear up for a two-wheeled revolution! Join the 2010 Otesha UK Land's End to John O'Groats cycle tour!

Want to do something fun, challenging and worthwhile with your summer?

From 2nd July - 28th August we'll be taking in the delights of the UK from our saddles, performing a play, making the world a better place, learning new skills (bike maintenance, theatre, consensus decision-making, group living... the list goes on), meeting new friends, and generally making mischief...wait, did we mention that you're invited?

If you're 18 to 28 and passionate about creating a sustainable future, then come ride with us.

Find out more at Places are first come, first served, so get your skates on! If you have any questions or would just like to have a chat about it, then give us a call on 0207 377 2109.

Who we are:

The Otesha Project UK is a youth-led organisation that's mobilising our generation to create social and environmental change through our everyday lives.
I guess you could call us ambitious, or maybe just foolish. In either case, we decided that cycling across the world's second largest country just wasn't enough. You see, we were really inspired by the amazing, creative things the Otesha Project has been doing in Canada for the past five years. We wanted to do something here, too. Starting in the beginning of 2007, we gathered together a group of people from around the UK and took the project trans-Atlantic.

Our goals? To tackle big issues like climate change, injustice and poverty in creative ways, starting with our own lives and actions. To build a community of people who are all doing the same thing, to inspire others to take practical environmental actions, and to have a bit of fun at the same time. We want to challenge 'norms' we don't like, speak out against the things we don't agree with, and do it in an exciting, creative way. We want to create something big. A movement, even. Did I mention that we have big aspirations?


The FAQ isn't clear on your web site. Do participants have to raise £1000 each?

Shaun ;)


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Hi Shaun!

Every tour member has to raise £1000 each.

The fundraising contributes to the direct tour costs (including food and accommodation on tour), insurance, staff time to organise the tour and equipment costs. It doesn't go towards administrative or overhead costs for the organization. Every tour member will receive a comprehensive fundraising package and support throughout the process.

If you need more information, do not hesitate to contact us.

Best wishes,
Otesha Project
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