The Help for Heroes 4×4 European Rally is gearing up for its third annual run in June, when 45 vehicles will set off from England on a 12 day, 2,000 mile adventure through Europe.
The rally follows the path and tells the story of the Allied Invasion through Europe. The Allied Forces landed in France early on D-Day morning– 6th June 1944. The Help for Heroes 4×4 European Rally 2012 will retrace much of that route.
This event will start from Littlecote House Hotel, Wiltshire, UK, on 16th June 2012. It will be a 2000 mile adventure through Europe over a 12 day period.
The organisers anticipate that this non-speed touring assembly will again be fully subscribed with 45 vehicles crewed by serving and ex-military personnel, as well as civilians and families with children. It will be part military history tour (including museums etc), some fun activities, part off-road driving and part club-type social, open to road-legal 4×4 vehicles.
The money raised will be donated to HELP for HEROES, the charity for wounded ex-forces personnel. The organisers hope to beat the 2011 fundraising total of £160,000.
If you’d like to learn more about the Help for Heroes 4×4 European Rally or make a donation, visit: www.h4hrally.co.uk.
To learn more about the charity Help for Heroes, visit www.helpforheroes.org.uk