I am a volunteer for a Manchester based charity called Project African Wilderness (PAW), which is an international charity, based in the UK, to fundraise and support conservation and community work at Mwabvi Wildlife Reserve in Southern Malawi. PAW also promotes conservation and supports environmental education in the UK.
On 12th September 2009, PAW is holding a Family Fun Day event at Clayton Vale in East Manchester. As you can see from the flier below, most of the events are focused on cycling, which is because the main mode of transportation in Malawi is the bicycle, but there are several other things that will be fun, especially if you have kids. Even if you don’t have kids, Clayton Vale is a really gorgeous area (check out the Friends of Clayton Vale Gallery to see pictures). You can find directions to Clayton Vale by using this postcode, M43 6BA, or use the Friends of Clayton Vale map, which also includes directions if you are using public transport.
So, come out for a nice day outside and for a good cause! You can also find more detailed information about the events on the PAW website.