Rohan Perth are looking forward to Scotland’s new mountain bike Funduro and Cream o’ The Croft Bike Festival 26th June – 28th June 2015. The weekend festival for everyone who likes riding bikes.
The ‘Big Bike Bash’ is a new cycling festival to celebrate the anniversary of last year’s Tour de France. It will take place in Harrogate on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st June.
There has been a fantastic response amongst the grassroots outdoor community to help the people of Nepal.
Expressed in individual and collective efforts to both raise funds and collect outdoor gear. We are trying to create a list of fundraising events in the UK for the people of Nepal.
News from Rohan Cheltenham: Winchcombe Cotswolds Walking Festival Friday 15th to Sunday 17th May 2015 – Cotswolds Tourism Awards 2015 Silver award winner ‘Tourism Event of the Year’
The Album Capturing the Gift Your Gear collection Spring 2015 in all Rohan Shops. Gift Your Gear events in Rohan Shops always generated lots of photos and stories. A really big thank you to everyone who donated their unwanted outdoor gear to Gift Your Gear at Rohan.
An updated list of What’s On in the Rohan Shops towns and cities in the next few week. If you know of an event in your town please add it on the comments below.
Liz at Rohan Perth has been very busy. She is in the progress of making a quilt from nine Rohan Shirts that are no longer in use. This is a lovely story about creative reuse. Watch out for the photos of the finished quilt.
National Walking Month starts on May 1st. Living Streets runs the National Walking Month campaign to encourage people to take to their feet and feel the benefits of walking. During the month there is Walk to Work Week and Walk to School Week. Happy Walking Everyone.
Nepal Earthquake – Help the People of Nepal A magnitude 7.8 earthquake in Nepal the worst in 80 years, has devastated Nepal and the Katmandu Valley. Much of Kathmandu is reduced to rubble and many survivors are sleeping outside fearful of further aftershocks. In the hardest hit rural areas entire villages […]