Fundraising has never looked so interesting!
2000 miles 4×4 driving across Europe… Starting with some of the roads and byways of Salisbury Plain, an overnight ferry crossing lands you deep in the history of the D-Day invasion and the liberation of Europe in 1944-5… Pegasus Bridge (and its excellent museum)… St-Marie du Pont…. Utah Beach…. St. Mere Eglise….
The route, taking in many significant locations of great historical interest including the ‘Western Front’ of WWI, takes the HELP for HEROES 4×4 EUROPEAN RALLY all the way to Adolf Hitler’s Alpine retreat at Berchtesgaden in the German Bavarian Alps.
Since it was first run in 2010, the award winning HELP for HEROES 4×4 EUROPEAN RALLY has raised well over £330,000 for the charity.
The third running of the rally will start on 16th June 2012 from Littlecote House Hotel, North Wiltshire. This 2000 mile family friendly non-speed touring assembly is a meander through 6 European countries over 12 days. With a maximum of 45 teams, it is a part military history tour (including War Graves cemeteries, historic sites, museums etc) and will include some fun challenges, off-road driving (on public roads as well as private land) and social elements. It is open to road-legal 4×4 vehicles. Serving and ex-military entries are welcome, as are civilians and families.
For information and further details please visit www.h4hrally.co.uk or contact the organisers via email firstname.lastname@example.org call them on (Tim) 07917 097374 / (Keith) 07766 712851.
HELP for HEROES 4×4 EUROPEAN RALLY thanks their partners; Jaguar Land Rover, o2, The AA, Brittany Ferries, DFDS Seaways, Skytag, Cambrian Fuel Card Services, The GGR Group, CWGC, DTS Terberg UK, Marshall Military Sales, Domino’s Pizza, Warner Leisure Hotels.