Registration now open for 30 Bays in 30 Days

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REGISTRATION has now opened for the 30 Bays in 30 Days challenge, which starts on Friday.

The charity event, which began in 2016, encourages Islanders to swim at least 30 strokes in 30 bays around the Island during July.

Participants can also swim multiple times in one bay – and can extend the challenge into August if they cannot complete it next month.

Last year a total of 666 people took part and collectively raised £35,219 which was split between the National Trust for Jersey and Jersey Hospice Care.

The opening swim for this year’s challenge, which is raising funds for the same two charities, will be taking place at 6pm on Friday at St Brelade’s Bay.

Marina Brockbank, community engagement officer at Jersey Hospice Care, said: ‘It has been great to see 30 Bays in 30 Days grow in popularity over the years and become a staple part of Jersey summer.

‘It gets everyone out an about exploring the Island, enjoying the sea and of course, raising valuable funds for two local charities.’

To register for the event visit 30bays30days.org.je.

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