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Planning Portal team to complete 100-mile cycle challenge

by on January 27, 2022

Last September, a number of the Planning Portal team undertook the Somerset Sportive, cycling 70 miles across North Somerset up through Cheddar Gorge to raise money for We Build the Future UK. They managed to come fifteenth out of 125 riders!

High off the success of their last ride, they are attempting the challenge again, but this time even further! Aiming to ride 100 miles in a single day, the team are already out training; there is a lot of cycling-related chat and complaints about cold feet at the moment!

The team are taking the opportunity to raise more funds this year and this is where we need you. We have narrowed the options down to three charities and would love you to vote for who you think it should be over on our LinkedIn page.

  • Leukaemia UK, who fund ground-breaking research and care for those affected by Leukaemia.
  • World Bicycle Relief, who deliver specially designed, locally assembled, rugged bicycles for people in rural developing regions to provide life-changing mobility.
  • LandAid, who aim to tackle homelessness in young people by bringing the property industry together to support charities delivering life changing services for young people who have been or are at risk of homelessness.

To vote for your favourite charity, follow this link to vote on our LinkedIn page.

From → Charity events

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