GO Outdoors supporting NSPCC to help put a stop to child cruelty

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Leading outdoor equipment and clothing retailer GO Outdoors has joined forces with children's charity NSPCC

Leading outdoor equipment and clothing retailer GO Outdoors has joined forces with children's charity NSPCC to support a new initiative aimed at encouraging more people to help put a stop to child cruelty.

GO Outdoors is the proud sponsor of the 2013 Can You HACK It? challenge, as part of which a series of walks are being organised in different parts of the UK to help raise money for the NSPCC. The routes stretch for between five and 22 miles and offer a wonderful opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the UK's most impressive natural scenery.

"The NSPCC has been leading the fight against cruelty to children for decades, and we're delighted to be able to show our support for its work. We're hoping for a really big turnout at this year's HACK challenges," said Gavin Garth at GO Outdoors. "We'll be doing our bit to promote the initiative and seeing as our customers are generally a pretty active bunch, we're confident we'll get an enthusiastic response."

HACK challenges will be taking place in northern England, Devon, Northern Ireland and London between July and September. GO Outdoors is doing its bit to provide useful advice to participants by offering expert walking advice on its website and sending out a newsletter packed with news, product reviews, videos and offers.

As the UK's leading outdoor clothing and equipment specialist, GO Outdoors has everything the discerning explorer could possibly need. There's a huge range of GO Outdoors tents and GO Outdoors bikes to choose from, with something to suit all budgets and levels of expertise. There are also plenty of accessories to choose from at GO Outdoors, including hydration packs and much more besides.

To find out more about the HACK challenge and browse the range of two-man tents at GO Outdoors, simply visit our website today.

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