The Pedal 4 Parks project

The adventure starts here



"The world is our adventure playground and our minds are hard wired to enjoy nature. But our green spaces are disappearing." Pedal 4 Parks team, 2021

On the 18th June, 2021, Isaac and his Pedal 4 Parks team are setting out on their across the UK to raise awareness of the threat our parks and green spaces are facing >. Here's Isaac, with the help of Josh from our local branch of the Wildlife Trust, talking about how important it is that we all do our bit - no matter how small - to help protect our green spaces and the habitats they provide our wildlife.

Credit for footage of Pedal 4 Parks team: Daniel Williams

The Pedal 4 Parks team set off on the 18th June and we'll be following their progress over the next 3 weeks. Here are some easy ways that you can support their mission:

Donate to the project
Funds will go towards their documentary which will be used to raise awareness of their mission across the UK. Click here to donate >
Any excess funds will go straight to the UK National Parks Foundation

Day by day - the schedule
View their journey and schedule on Kamoot >

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Help protect our wildlife Check out our video > featuring Josh from the Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust, explaining what they do and what we can do to help.

What are the signs of urbanisation? Check out our video > Isaac tells us what to look out for and what action you can take if you are concerned about the urbanisation of green spaces local to you.

Find out more about the Pedal 4 Parks project on our blog here >

A note from Isaac Kenyon: "This is going to be a unique journey, one involving a huge magnitude of human endurance and skill to cycle from the Orkney Islands to the Isles of Scilly over the sea on waterbikes and land.

However, it is nowhere near the scale of the challenge that we are facing in regard to regenerating all of our national parks, green spaces and marine conservation areas, which we have been interfering with for hundreds of years.

Our film is in support of the National Park UK Foundation conservation projects and regenerative activities and big ideas across the country.

The more support these forward-thinking sustainable companies and regenerative organisations the quicker we can meet our climate goals and live in balance with the planet."