EPSOM FATHER IS GETTING ON HIS BIKE FOR CHARITY!
A father of two from Epsom will be taking on a special charity challenge next month when he takes part in Prudential’s Ride London-Surrey 100 on 4th August, to help raise money for The Children’s Trust.
Tom Scally, from Woodcote will be getting on his bike to cycle in the tracks of the 2012 Olympic heroes and plans to raise £1000 through sponsorship. He will be one of 20,000 amateur cyclists who will leave the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London over a two-hour period from 6 am before heading into Surrey and returning to the finish on the Mall, with nine hours to complete the ride.
Mr Scally, who is married with two young daughters, is preparing for his challenge by cycling two days a week to his place of work at Thomson Reuters in Canary Wharf. He is also a club cyclist, riding with the Bike Beans Cycle Cafe group in Ashtead. He said: “I am delighted to be taking part in Ride London-Surrey and to be supporting The Children’s Trust, a charity that my wife and I have supported over the years. They provide such wonderful care and services, not only to children but also their families in a peaceful and tranquil environment”
For anyone wishing to sponsor Tom Scally, please visit:
Have you got your own place? If so, there’s time to join The Children’s Trust team, please click to REGISTER.
You can also sign up for a place for next year on-line. If you can’t wait to ride with us, how about London to Paris? Or London to Canterbury on 15th September, a 65 or 80 mile on road ride with challenging climbs of the North Downs. Sign up for £35, team discounts available see DETAILS.
AND DON’T FORGET
The Children’s Trust is the UK’s leading charity for children with acquired brain injury, multiple disabilities and complex health needs. Based in Tadworth, Surrey, the Trust provides expert rehabilitation, education, therapy and care to support children and families from across the UK. www.thechildrenstrust.org.uk
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