Join our movement to raise environmental awareness through adventure


Cal Major



Cal Major is an ocean advocate, explorer and founder of Paddle Against Plastic, raising awareness of the problem of plastic pollution in the ocean, and campaigning for reducing plastic use at source. Her expeditions aim to inspire reconnection to nature and an appreciation of the importance of the oceans, resulting in a commitment to protect them. 

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 Lauren MacCallum

Snowboarder and mountain biker

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Lauren MacCallum is an enthusiast and advocate for outdoor living. She lives in Scotland and works on projects that promote outdoor adventure and environmentalism. Currently the General Manager for Protect Our Winters UK, she featured in Patagonia’s “Right to Roam” film which explored the Land Reform Act in Scotland.  Her book “Hidden Scotland” will be released in spring 2019.

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Kate Rawles


Sian Sykes



Kate Rawles is passionate about using adventurous journeys to help raise awareness and inspire action on our most urgent environmental challenges. She has recently completed The Life Cycle: cycling the length of South America on a bamboo bike that she built herself.

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Sian Sykes is passionate about raising awareness, educating and inspiring others to reduce their daily consumption of single-use plastics; her recent Stand-up Paddle-board trip around Wales was single-use plastic free, whereby she collected plastic pollution along the way and inspired others to make a pledge against plastic.

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Dan Yates 

Kayaker and founding member of Save our Rivers

Dan Yates is an avid kayaker and one of the founding members of the Save our Rivers charity, whose aim is to keep the UK’s rivers flowing freely.

We are excited to have Dan join the Tour and are certain he will inspire you to join local grassroot movements across the UK. 

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Tim Nunn

Surfer, photographer and founder of The Plastic Project


Tim Nunn hails from the frigid wastes of the North Sea. He has been a specialist water photographer for the last 25 years, pioneering feral cold water surf adventures into the Arctic. He's edited Europe's longest running surf magazine Wavelength for eight years, written five coffee table books, and made and been part of filming 15 surf films. He is also the founder of The Plastic Project, a ten year journey into the world of marine plastic through the eyes of surf and adventure photography.

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