Personal Trainer Jake Wilde will cycle 4,000 kilometers from Gibraltar to John O’Groats in aid of charity.
Gibraltar will once again commemorate this year’s Earth Hour on Saturday 29th March. The hour brings together communities from around the world celebrating a commitment to the planet by switching off lights for an hour between 8:30 pm and 9:30pm.
In Gibraltar, the Government has arranged for the Rock’s North face floodlights and lights on the Moorish Castle to be switched off for the entire weekend.
This is your last chance to sign up for tomorrow's Childline Blue Week Quiz. The event will be hosted at the Royal Calpe at 7:30 pm and will mark the end of the Charity's flagship Blue week, during which they raise awareness on a number of causes. Interested individuals are asked to call 20043503 to book a team of 4 - 6 people. Tickets are £15 each with all funds raised going towards the charity. Ticket prices include a curry supper at the Royal Calpe.
Childline Gibraltar will hold its annual awareness-raising Blue Day on Friday 14 March. On Blue Day, Childline volunteers will visit local schools while staff at many local companies will show their support by dressing in blue for the day.
On Saturday 15th, the Gibraltar Rockettes Cheerleaders will support Childline by performing in Casemates Square between 12 noon and 1pm. Winners of the recent Cheersport solo competition will also be performing.