They did it! Congratulations to Miguel and his cycle team, the Stellar Stars, for cycling over 500 miles in just 3 days, the 2018 Extra Mile Auvergne Cycle Challenge. They need your help in hitting their £4k target to help purchase a rickshaw electric assisted bike so that we and the wider community can cycle again! They are looking for any support, so please give generously via Virgin Money Giving. For more information on the challenge check out Extra-Mile. Thank you!
Our friends, the Stellar Stars, are yet again cycling their socks off to raise money for local charities. One of their missions this year is to help us reach our £5k target to purchase a rickshaw to make cycling open to all people with physical and age-related disabilities. Can you help them get a head start? Check out their Just Giving page if so. Thank you!
Huge congratulations and thanks to Miguel and his colleagues who finished the Extra Mile – Brittany Cycle Challenge yesterday. Cycling a total of 500 miles and raising over £800 so far towards our Cycling Without Age rickshaw. You can read all about the challenge and why we’re doing here. Donations are still welcome via our Virgin Money Giving site. Well done and thanks all!
We’re proud to have the support of Stellar Building Services in the annual Extra Mile – Brittany Cycle Challenge. Inspired by the Cycling Without Age project we are hoping to raise funds towards the purchase of a powered Rickshaw that will allow Camphill’s cycling group to go the extra mile in our local community by enabling our residents to engage with older community members and neighbours. You can find out about Cycling Without Age project covered by the BBC here. Steve Bradley and his colleagues Miguel Werneck (Camphill) and Ray Soithcott have been working hard in preparation for the challenge running 21st-25th September and would really appreciate any sponsorship support you can offer. You can donate online at our Virgin Money Giving site, 75% of our team’s sponsorship goes to Camphill Milton Keynes. The remainder (plus all gift aid claimed) goes to three other charities chosen by the Organisers and to Rotary charitable funds. The first 13 challenges have raised over £1.25m for charities.