A minimum of two members are required to make up a team with a maximum of six people from separate households, including children, or two households of any size. If you’re in a support bubble that counts as one household. [Gov rules as at 12 April 2021. Subject to change]
Team leaders must be at least 17 years of age and it is the responsibility of group leaders to ensure that members of your group under the age of 16 have consent of a parent or guardian or are accompanied by a recognised youth leader.
All walkers must be suitably clothed and equipped for the weather and be responsible for their own water and hydration.
All walkers take part in the event at their own risk
All walkers must take care of the countryside, following the Country Code and of yourselves. Dogs are allowed, must be under control at all times and are the full responsibility of the person walking them.
All canoes must each have a licence to use the waterways. The Group leader must be a member of British Canoeing
Fundraising. The event is run for the purpose of raising funds for the stated beneficiaries. This is achieved by people raising money through the fees, sponsorship and/or donations. Please try to raise as much as you can. There are no prizes but the names of the teams who raise most will be announced on the website and in all publicity.
There is an Entry Fee of £5 per adult - children 15 and under go free. Although every Rotary member supporting this event gives of their time free of charge there remains the external costs of the event.
A courtesy shuttle bus will be available to run people back to the main carparks but must be booked in advance when you register.
Entries can be made on-line at which point all fees must be paid. Payment for entries made on-line should be made direct to the Bank Account - Rotary Club of Taunton Vale Trust Fund, HSBC Taunton sort code 40-44-04 Account Number 71202812 using as reference the name of the Team Leader.