WildTracks announces its chosen charity for 2013
- Credit: Archant
THE WildTracks off road activity park at Kennett has chosen Ipswich Town Football Club Charitable Trust as its charity for 2013.
WildTracks’ owner John Gorst said: , “I am looking forward to working with ITFC Charitable Trust and am certain that together we can raise funds for their valuable work.
“I believe in helping the local community and young people and it makes me very proud that WildTracks can be used in this way.”
Terry Baxter, Chief Executive of the ITFC Charitable Trust said, “We have exciting plans to use the excellent facilities at WildTracks for fundraising throughout the year.”
In December 2012, the first charity karting challenge was held at WildTracks to celebrate the arrival of WildTracks’ fleet of new karts, and the Street Sports Karting Challenge is to be come an annual event.
For information about ITFC Charitable Trust go to www.itfccharitabletrust.org.uk and for information about WildTracks, the Street Sports Karting Challenge and how to apply to be WildTracks’ Charity of the Year 2014 please go to www.wildtracksltd.co.uk
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