Letter from Otesha cycle tours


I’m writing to you from The Otesha Project UK – a youth led charity committed to mobilising young people to effect environmental and social change. I contacted you a few months ago about our summer cycle tours. Every year groups of 18-28 year-olds cycle across the UK, living as a sustainable, consensus-based community, delivering workshops and performing a play in schools and youth clubs. We had a great response from the Transition Town movement, and I’d be really grateful if you could include a note about the summer tours in your next newsletter, as we’ve still got a few spaces left. A description of the volunteer opportunity is below – feel free to shorten if need be.

You can have a look at our website (www.otesha.org.uk/cycletours) to find out where we’ll be headed, let us know if we’ll be near you and you’d like to coordinate a visit! Don’t hesitate to contact us if you want to know more about anything.

Many thanks

Amazing summer volunteering opportunity

Gear up for a two-wheeled revolution – join a 2011 Otesha UK cycle tour!

Do something worthwhile with your summer! Join an Otesha summer cycle tour, deliver workshops and perform a play about environmental and social sustainability in schools and youth clubs as you cycle across the UK. There are two tours to choose from: Northern Soul (10th June – 23rd July) and Tartan Trail (5th August – 17th September).

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, sustainable and group living… the list goes on), meeting new friends, and generally making mischief.

If you’re 18 to 28 and passionate about creating a sustainable future, then come ride with us. Find out more at http://www.otesha.org.uk/cycletours. 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 or email cycletours@otesha.org.uk.


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