At Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park we are always pleased to help people who are undertaking any kind of charity event.
We are often able to help with free tent pitches for you & your support team, we will also link to your website & blog helping to raise the profile for your event.
Please contact reception with as much notice as possible & we will do all that we can to help.
Please note that Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park is not responsible the websites or the content of external websites.
See their Virgin Money Giving and Facebook pages.
The Long Way Up 2017
Click here for their JustGiving page or Click here to see them on Facebook
£150 raised for the 2016 Memory Walk
"Nearly" Middle Aged Dads (Team Zoo) do JOGLE
Cycling from John O Groats to Lands End for Salisbury District Hospital Stars Appeal because it is a fantastic local charity.
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£341 raised for Ride The Night
£90.05 raised for Jessie May Hospice
£235 of sponsorship raised for the Memory Walk for the Alzheimer's Society
John, Phil & Neil Cycling Lands End to John O'Groats
in aid of prostate cancer & the Air Ambulance. See their page: gofundme.com/philjohnneil
Sharon & Mick on Top2Bottom
Charity Cake Sale, Easter 2014, raising £92.50
for the British Heart Foundation & the Bristol Haematology & Oncology Centre!
Jake and Rach's JOGLE (June 2013)
Click Here To Visit Jake and Rach's Just Giving Page
"Cycling the length of the country for Cancer Research UK because of the destruction Cancer has caused in our lives."
Timothy's Land's End to John O'Groats for Tearfund (June 2013)
Click Here To Visit Timothy's Just Giving Page
Tyrone's London to Lands End 400 miles in 4 days
Click Here To Visit Tyrone's Just Giving Page
He's biking from London to Lands End, 400 miles in 4 days for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity (GOSHCC) because 'This is a Unbelievable Charity'!
Graeme Wrightson & Kerrie Marsh
On their way from Lands End to John O'Groats in aid of Dove House Hospice & Hull and East Yorkshire Hospital Charity.
Click here to visit Graeme's charity page
Click here to visit Kerrie's charity page
On his way from Lands End to John O'Groats in aid of multiple sclerosis.
Click here to visit his charity page
Jubilee Bake Sale in aid of the Alzheimer's Society
£103 raised through cakes, scones & a raffle!
Carl Shearman & 8 others
cycling Lands Ends to John O'Groats
For various charities. They're already planning two more rides in July!
Adventure Eyes Monster Ride 2011
Click Here To Visit The Blog
or Click Here To Donate
Kate and two of her good friends Sian and Emily are going to ride from Land's End to John O'Groats. Why? Well initially it started out as personal challenges and has now progressed to giving something back. Working with Adventure Eyes they have chosen to give all funds raised to Mountain Rescue England and Wales. This organisation has been chosen because as outdoor people themselves they know these are the unsung heroes we all hope will be there when a trip becomes a fall.
The Monster Ride has now finished!
Lands End to John O'Groats Cycle Challenge
Click Here To Visit Their Donation Page
Mummy and Daddy are cycling Lands End to John O Groats, in memory of: Iona Charlotte Campbell.
Kevin Simpson & Stuart Brownings LEJOG for Dave
Click Here To Visit Just Giving's page for the pair
Ridin' Bikes & Old Cars
Lands End To John O'Groats For Chauncy Maples
Click Here To Visit The Charity's Website
The Chauncy Maples project on Lake Malawi combines: health service delivery, preservation of Malawi's marine heritage and green engineering. She is the oldest ship in Africa still afloat and the Government of Malawi plans to renovate her as a floating clinic.
Sue & Julie's Walk From
Lands End To John O'Groats
In Aid Of Support Dogs
Chris Barrow On Lands End To John O'Groats
Who stayed with us in April.
...a man called Mike & a bike
Charity cycle ride raising money for the MS Society & a 70th birthday celebration.
Mr A Squires
Charity cycle ride.
Click Here To The Jogle Blog
JOGLE? Acronym for "John O'Groats Land's End".
Setting off on Sunday 22nd July 2007 and completing the trip in 11 days, including a rest day.
To raise money for two charities - the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) and Changing Faces.
Phil's Big Walk
Click Here To Visit Phil's Blog
Phil Whitehead has 3 children and lives in Heywood, Lancashire.
In his own words Phil says...
"I have always been an outdoor person, Sailing and Walking being hobbies of mine, but walking has always been my passion, I have already walked the South West Coast path which is 630 miles one and a half times, a large section of the Thames path and many sections of the pennine way as well many of the countries highest mountains."