Learn about the weekly updates of the organizations that have the actor Henry Cavill as their ambassador. The Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and Royal Marines Charity count on your support.
Durrell began the week by posting photos and thanking everyone who participated on #GoWildforDurrell (last Friday 25th).
One of those thanks went to St Michael Prep School, (where Henry Cavill studied as a child), the students posted a picture of them making the Durrell symbol, taken by a drone.
“An amazing photo of St Michael’s Preparatory School’s WILD fundraising activities today! You can #GoWildForDurrell too by donating at www.durrell.org/go-wild 🐾”
In addition to this initiative, several companies and residents of Jersey contributed donations to the campaign to restore 10 biomes around the world, in addition to maintaining 500 more conservation projects and integrate more people to the preservation of our planet.
While at Go Wild Day the park had lots of activity and excitement, you can not say the same thing from last Wednesday.
The Zoo closed the doors to shelter the animals of the snow that arrived at several cities of Europe, and it seems that Jersey did not escape.
Last Thursday, 01, in commemoration of #WorldBookDay, Durrell released a photo archive of its founder Gerald Durrell with a challenge:
“In this book, Gerald Durrell describes his first encounter with an animal. Can you tell us which species he’s talking about?
‘If ever a flying saucer came from Mars, you felt that this is what would emerge from it. It was Lewis Carroll’s Jabberwocky come to life, waffling through its tulgey wood.’
Good luck […]”
To know this and other works of Gerald Durrell go to www.durrell.org/shop
And to close the Durrell Academy page, he posted a photo of the ‘students’ of the DESMAN 2018 conservationist training project in Jersey.
There are conservationists from India, Nigeria, St Lucia, Samoa, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Brazil, Armenia, Canada, among others.
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The Royal Marines, this week highlighted a video featuring part of the activities of the Asalto course, (the Royal Marine preparatory course), on their Facebook page.
In the video there are images of exercises and evidence such as the ship dip, which Henry Cavill faced in his participation in the Commando Challenge.
Another highlight of the RM networks was a charity challenge that raised over £ 12,790 for two good causes.
The COPS 30 Miler had 24 participants crossing 30 miles from the territory of Northumberland, with a loaded backpack, weighing 32 pounds.
With the organization of two police officers, Inspector Simon Guilfoyle of the West Midlands, and Lee Gosling, Northumbria Police Inspector, the event was supported by the Royal Marines and raised funds to care for the surviving police officers (COPS), a charity supports the families of police officers who died while performing their duties and for The Royal Marines Charity.
The challenge that occurred last September was highlighted on TV shows by two famous chefs Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty earlier this month.
And this announcement prompted several people to request information about the upcoming COPS 30 Miler, which will take place on September 29.
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In the week, the Royal Marines also released a video of an action in partnership with the US military – which shows the performance and performance of Viking Squadron land vehicles – in Norway.
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And to close the Royal Marines’ update week, footage of the 30 Commando training on the banks of Plymouth was unveiled.
Once ashore, the reconnaissance teams climbed the challenging rock face with specialists, and with climbing equipment.
“Any weather, any environment, it’s all part of being a commando!”
No Instagram, os Royal Marines compartilharam uma foto do treinamento e Henry Cavill comentou parabenizando a equipe.
The Royal Marines shared a pic of the training on instagram and Henry Cavill congratulated them:
Updates for the week are here, but keep following the Henry Cavill Portal to learn all about Durrell and the Royal Marines Charity.