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Friday, 30 April 2010

Rosie's on her way home!

Rosie has finished her last but one marathon in Llanelli today! Well done to all the guys in llanelli for looking after Rosie after 26 marathons!!

So Marathon 27 tomorrow...The last one back home on The Wales Marathon Course. Rosie aims to start from Tudor Square at 9 am and anticipates finishing around 6pm, once again back in the square.

If you are in the area and want to run with Rosie please feel free to drop the office a line and we'll tell you where she is! Or simply come into the square and be part of the party atmosphere to cheer Rosie in!

Welcome back Rosie!

Rosie Swale-Pope is coming back to Tenby to run her consecutive 27th marathon in 27 days!

If you are around in Tenby on Saturday 1st May then join the crowds to welcome Rosie back to her home turf with open arms. Her whopping 27th marathon will begin at around 9am, wrapping up late afternoon around 5ish at Tudor Square.

Come on Rosie you can do it!

Tuesday, 27 April 2010

Forest Experience Rally School Offer!!

Phone now to claim this offer or forever hold your peace!

Forest Experience Rally School in Carno are offering a half day Rally Driving course at a discounted rate.
This coming Friday 30th April and Sunday 2nd May they currently have limited space available for their half day Rally Driving Course which they have reduced from £195 per person to a bargain £170 per person!

Please call a member of our Activity Wales team on 01437 766 888 for further information and booking.

Tuesday, 6 April 2010

Rosie Swales - One Marathon down (a few to go!)

Well Tenby was bustling on Easter Monday as Rosie Swales and her Ice Bird kicked off her 26 Marathons in 26 Days on home ground starting at Tenby's Tudor Square for 8am.

Raising money for Ty Hafan, the testing Marathon yesterday was the first of Rosie's 26 Marathons with the rest being forecast at varying locations across the country accordingly. Today Rosie is heading to Cardiff to tackle number two.

Great local support was apparent everywhere around the Tenby and Lydstep areas as car horns were consistently beeping as they drove past Rosie, generously donating their loose change as they past all helping towards Rosie's target to raise £3000 for Ty Hafan.

To help Rosie along her way staff at Ty Hafan, friends, locals and members of our Activity Wales and Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire teams each jogged a mile alongside Rosie to keep the pace going and ensure Rosie was happy at all times.
I thoroughly enjoyed my stint with Rosie and I'd take my hat off (if I was wearing one) to Rosie for her obvious enthusiasm and determination to complete this magnificent challenge.

Rosie also broke more news yesterday in that she didn't really think that running 26 Marathons was going to be enough of a challenge, so she has decided to add in an extra one at the end that she will complete back on her home turf in Tenby!
Well done Rosie and keep going. What an inspiration!