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Monday, 9 March 2009

Spread the word

It's now possible for you to spread the word to all your friends about the next Apex Challenge event, taking place next month. Posters and flyers advertising the April 2009 Overnight Challenge have just been placed online.

Demand for places at this year's event looks to be much higher than in previous years after the event was brought forward out of the school exam season. There's already been interest from well over the 30 teams and we want to make sure as many as possible can take part.

The new poster is a great design and ideal for printing out and putting up wherever your Scout group meets to draw attention to it. The electronic flyer is also there for you to save to your computer and email around to people you think might want to take part.

Whichever you use, make sure you spread the word about the next event and enter online now before places run out.

Download a poster to print off and display where your Scout group meets or to send out to people who you think might be interested in coming to either of events this year. It has the dates for both the Apex Overnight Challenge in April and the Apex Extreme in October. (Note this is a *.pdf file and is A4 in format).

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Sunday, 8 March 2009

2008 annual report published

More money is to spent on activity bases than ever before during 2009. The decision was taken at the recent Apex Challenge annual general meeting. It was also decided that more money should be spent on catering, particularly at the Apex Extreme in October.

Details on both those decisions and much more can be found in the new 2008 Apex Challenge annual report which looks back at what the charity achieved during 2008 and also looks forward at future plans for 2009. The document spells out exactly how much is spent on each of our events and gives an insight into the work that goes on behind the scenes to make sure you enjoy taking part in the event more and more each year.

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