Leading Hampshire-based disability charity Enham Trust has been chosen as charity of the year for the London to Brighton Cycle Ride 2015 and is calling YOU to take part on 6th September.
The 54 mile-long route will begin at Clapham Common, travelling across idyllic country lanes through Mitcham, Carshalton, Chipstead, Banstead, Haywards Heath and finally finishing on the colourful and bustling Brighton seafront.
Enham Trust is able to offer up to 50 cyclists, who can raise a minimum of £100 in sponsorship, the opportunity to take on the ultimate endurance task. No previous experience is required and training & fitness advice will be offered to all who take part on behalf of the charity.
Registration costs just £40, for which participants get a free cycling jersey, information pack, and on route support; including pampering and a free buffet lunch.
“Taking on this kind of task will be challenging for all involved,” says Enham Trust’s Fundraising Manager Paula Flower. “But disabled people face a great number of challenges every single day and the funds raised by this event will have a huge impact on the lives of the people living with disabilities that we support to live independently.”
All funds raised will go towards the charity’s vital work; supporting over 7,500 disabled and disadvantaged people across the country to live the lives they choose and gain greater independence in every aspect of their lives.
More information about Enham Trust can be found on the website: www.enhamtrust.org.uk