GSB Central Event 2021: Join us at Trekfest 25km!

Bibby Line Group // 26th May 2021

We are pleased to announce that we will be taking part in Trekfest 2021!

TrekFest is a fantastic weekend trekking experience – part trek, part festival. We are inviting colleagues from across the Group to unite and conquer the 25km route trekking through the stunning Brecon Beacons, raising vital funds for your chosen charity.

We have 40 funded places available, we just ask that you pay the registration fee of £40, and commit to raise at least £150 for your chosen charity.

It’s an open event so their will be lots of companies, creating a real buzz. We are planning to secure a space for us all to camp together.

Feel free to join our Bibby team as an individual, or grab a few team members and come along together.

Everyone will be made to feel welcome and it’s a great opportunity to connect and meet other people from across the business. And as long as Covid restrictions allow, family members will also be welcome to camp and cheer you on.

Funded places limited. Register your interest ASAP at email below, and we’ll provide further details and FAQ. Email 

Download and print poster here.

You can also find out a bit more about Trekfest here:



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