Nick Park Is Cycling 350 Miles for Leonard Cheshire Disability
Next week, Green & Co partner, Nick Park, is swapping his business suit for Lycra and cycling 350 miles across the tough, challenging terrain of Wales.
Over the space of 5 days (24-28 May), Nick and 9 other cyclists will be taking part in the Tour de Cymru, a cycling challenge around Wales from Anglesey in the North to Llanhennock in Monmouthshire in the South East.
The Tour de Cymru is being organised by the wonderful people at Leonard Cheshire Disability to celebrate the founder, Leonard Cheshire’s centenary year. It will take place over 5 days and during each stage there will be an opportunity to visit all of the Leonard Cheshire Disability services and to meet the staff and residents in those services who will be benefiting from the fundraising efforts.
Leonard Cheshire Disability is the second largest disability charity in the UK and it supports thousands of disabled people by improving their opportunities and helping them to pursue their goals and to live full lives.
The money raised from the Tour de Cymru will be used to support people who use the services of Leonard Cheshire Disability in Wales to have access to adapted sports and physiotherapy equipment, as well as helping disabled people gain access to sporting events in the local area.
You can find out more about the Tour de Cymru and the work of Leonard Cheshire Disability here.
We would love it if you could support Nick and his 9 companions by donating to this worthy cause and helping them achieve their fundraising target of £10,000.
Donating is easy, you can either contribute via JustGiving by clicking this button…
Or alternatively, you can donate by
Texting LCTC65 + £ (amount) to 70070
We would like to thank you in advance for your support.