Nick Carter tours Gloucestershire Schools with Everest Talk

Nick Carter tours Gloucestershire Schools with Everest Talk

Nick Carter tours Gloucestershire Schools with Everest Talk

Nick Carter tours Gloucestershire Schools with Everest Talk

July 9 – July 13 2018

Celebrity Adventurer Nick Carter will be leading a school tour programme around the theme of ‘resilience’. Nick is currently completing a solo run from John O’Groats to Lands End. This is the same route that has inspired over 22,500 Gloucestershire primary school pupils to complete a virtual tour of the UK as part of the 2018 Gloucestershire daily mile campaign.

Nick’s talks draw on inspiration from his heroic feats, such as climbing Mt Everest. The talks are designed to inspire participants of The Daily Mile, which now has over 50% of all primary schools in Gloucestershire taking part. This term, students from over 127 primary schools have walked or run a mile a day as part of the Gloucestershire Oldspottrail campaign.

Tom Hall is a physical activity specialist from the charity Active Gloucestershire and has led the Daily Mile campaign in partnership with Gloucestershire County Council, Gloucestershire Healthy Living and Learning and Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group. Tom is thrilled to have a figure such as Carter delivering a message about resilience to students and will be attending several of the guest events.

Schedule of Nick’s presentations: 09th July: 09:25 Bosbury Primary 14:00 Moat primary 10th July: 13:30 St James & Ebrington Primary then St Catherine’s School 11th July: 13:10 Mitton Manor Primary School 12th July: 09:00 Hambrook Primary 13:15 Innsworth Primary 13th July: 09:30 Grange Primary 13:10 Coniston Primary

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Nick Carter Adventurer Nick Carter is running the UK to teach the value of resilience to thousands of children in Gloucestershire. Nick is visiting schools, talking about how he changed himself from a weapons scientist into someone better, by taking on challenges like climbing Everest, living with tribes and swimming the Channel. Tom Hall Tom Hall is a Physical Activity Specialist for Children and Young People at Active Gloucestershire. He leads an award winning School Games programme that involves 18,000 pupils from over 85% of all Gloucestershire schools, in addition to county wide campaigns such as the daily mile.

The Daily Mile

The Daily Mile is a social activity, wherein the children run or jog – at their own pace – in the fresh air with friends. Children can occasionally walk to catch their breath, if necessary, but should aim to run or jog for the full 15 minutes.

Active Gloucestershire

Active Gloucestershire is the charity that seeks to make “Everyone in Gloucestershire Active Every Day”. The organisation is part of the national network of county sport and physical activity partnerships (CSPs) @activeglos


Leigh Fitzjames, Digital Marketing Executive at Active Gloucestershire ‪07526-115-249 |