She Trains Tri at Stackpole

Runners at Barafundle Bay, Stackpole

She Trains Tri is a unique opportunity for women who want to develop and enhance their skills in triathlon disciplines in an all-female environment. The event will also feature expert talks from Paralympian, Mel Nicholls, and Clinical Dietitian, Victoria Prendeville.

What?

She Trains Tri is a weekend programme at Stackpole for women who want to develop and enhance their skills in triathlon disciplines. You can find the full detail of the training programme at the bottom of this page.

When?

Friday 26th- Sunday 28th June 2020

Where?

The weekend will take place at the 2000-acre National Trust Stackpole Estate, near Pembroke in Pembrokeshire.

The estate boasts 35km of paths that radiate from the Stackpole Centre. The beaches of Barafundle Bay and Broad haven South are within walking distance of Stackpole Estate

The Ironman Wales Cycle route goes past the entrance of the estate.

Programme

Friday 26th June

15.30 - 1700 Arrival and orientation

1700 - 1730 Welcome Briefing

1730 - 1930 Run Session

19.45 - 20.30 Buffet dinner

20.45- 21.45 Sports nutrition

Q & A with Vicky Prendiville Saturday

27th June

0700 - 0800 Pilates with Sarah Edwards

0800 - 0900 Breakfast

0900 - 1000 Transition Training

1000 - 1200 Sea Swim

1200 - 1300 Lunch

1300 - 1730 Bike Ride

1800 - 1900 Evening BBQ

1930 - 20.30 Mel Nicholls (Adventurer & Athlete) presentation

Sunday 28th June

0700 - 0830 Pool Swim

0900 - 1000 Breakfast

1000 - 1100 Workshop - Power

1100 - 1300 Run Session

1300 - 1400 Lunch

1400 - 1600 Bike Session

1600 - 1700 De-brief and end

Accommodation

The event will be based at the National Trust Stackpole Centre.

This is a 148-bed facility with several group houses, holiday cottages and theatre & meeting rooms.

The accommodation for this course will be Swan House and Shearwater House. Swan has 13 ensuite bedrooms, sleeping up to 24 persons. Shearwater House sleeps 17 in 7 bedrooms.  Rooms can be booked on a single or shared basis.

Each group house has its own social space and outside area.

Bedding is provided, but we recommend you bring personal towels.

The talks and some of the workshops will take place in the theatre area.

Catering

The fee for the weekend includes food and beverage provided by the National Trust catering team, including breakfasts, lunches and evening meals.  On Friday evening there will be a welcome buffet, whilst on Saturday an evening BBQ will be provided.

Allergies and dietary requirements must be advised at time of booking.

We cater for vegan and vegetarian diets.

Who are the specialists?

General mentor and guest speaker

 Mel Nicholls

https://melnicholls.co.uk/Home

Paralympian and Endurance/Adventure Athlete, Mel Nicholls, offers her experiences and accounts from her sport, training, and own life-story; memories from her hospital bed, to winning her first international medal, her strength in the face of adversity and her definition of resilience and how this can teach us all. To adventurous tales, challenges and life on the road, combining her love for her sport with her passion for adventure and a dogged determination to push her limits.

Whether addressing a conference of hundreds, an Olympic reception with an audience of royalty, business breakfast, university graduation, school assembly, scout group or adventure festival, Mel speaks from the heart with passion and drive, with a purpose to help inspire, motivate and show everyone how to believe and to dream big.

Mel Nicholls in action
Paralympian Mel Nicholls
Mel Nicholls in action

Sports Dietician

Victoria Prendeville

Vicky is a Clinical Dietitian with over 17 years of experience working in the NHS and an accredited Sport and Exercise Performance Dietitian. Specialising in providing advice and guidance to recreational up to elite-level athlete’s on nutrition and hydration to meet individual goals and optimise health, wellbeing, and performance. She is passionate about sport and nutrition and provides advice to all age groups from youngsters involved in sport to mature and older adults.

As a keen runner and triathlete herself, she knows how important getting your nutrition and hydration right is and how this can make all the difference in terms of performance.

Victoria Prendeville, Clinical Dietitian
Clinical Dietitian Victoria Prendeville
Victoria Prendeville, Clinical Dietitian

Pilates Instructor

Sarah Edwards


Costs

Residential £299 (single, ensuite)

Residential £279 (shared room)

Non-residential £249

How to Book

Online booking at  https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/stackpole/whats-on

For any queries, please contact stackpole.bookings@nationaltrust.org.uk or telephone 01646 623110

Cancellations & Refunds Policy

Bookings will not be refunded unless the customer is legally entitled to a refund or exchange (for example, if the event is significantly different from advertised or where the event is cancelled)

National Trust Enterprises is a limited company incorporated in England & Wales (reg no 01083105) Its registered office is Heelis, Kemble Drive, Swindon, Wiltshire. SN2 2NA.

This event is a joint venture between National Trust and Pembrokeshire Leisure.

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