Knowsley Safari search for talented young reporter to celebrate race’s return to the Park September 12th, 2013 admin Latest News Shares Comments Knowsley Safari search for talented young reporter to celebrate race’s return to the Park Calling all budding journalists! Knowsley Safari is on the lookout for the North West’s best and brightest young journalist to report on The Tour of Britain’s Stage 3, 16 kilometer time trial, set to be held at the park on Tuesday, 17 September 2013. The chosen cub reporter will join the word’s press at Knowsley Safari on the day, where they will have a great view of the action and an exclusive chance to interview the riders and attend a mini-press conference after the time trial. Their final report will be hosted on Knowsley Safari’s website and social media channels. Budding reporters aged 9 to 15 years are invited to submit a short video or article telling us why they want to report on the excitement of the event by Friday 13 September. Rachel Scott, Head of Marketing at Knowsley Safari comments: “Last year’s Tour of Britain event was a fantastic community affair with over 3,500 people gathering to see Leigh Horward sprint to victory over the Stage 2 finish line. “This year is set to be bigger and better and our cub reporter will have the opportunity to get right to the heart of the action.” The Tour of Britain is returning to Knowsley Safari Park this year to mark its 10th anniversary. Whilst the line-up for the Tour hasn’t yet been finalised, big names from the world of cycling are expected to be taking part. There’s no time to lose, so get scribbling and filming, and send your entries to [email protected] Pictured above is cyclist Bradley Wiggins. Submit News Contact us with your community, business or sport news. Phone 07930717137 Email [email protected] Twitter www.twitter.com/onthespot_news Related Comments comments!