HomeServe Charity Cycling Challenge 2012
Well done to all our cyclists for successfully completing the first ever HomeServe Charity Cycling Challenge in support of Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Together we have raised in excess of £25,000 towards the new West Midlands Marie Curie Hospice that is currently being built in Solihull, which will make an incredible difference in helping to support patients and their families coping with terminal illnesses. Therefore we would like to thank each and every one of our cyclists for truly going the extra mile in aid of this incredibly worthwhile cause.
Noel Cramer, Marie Curie's Capital Appeals Director, commented,
'It was great to see you on Friday and to be part of the reception committee for the cyclists. Hats off to them for cycling some challenging stretches of road in quite unfriendly weather conditions – and our heartfelt thanks to them for supporting the BIG Build Appeal through their efforts.'
King of the Road Trophy
Jonathan King, CEO HomeServe Membership Ltd presented his 'King of the Road' trophy to John Danbury, a HomeServe employee who raised a staggering £1,696.30p. Congratulations also go to Kevin Chicken from Aviva who raised a fantastic £1,436.40p. Also pictured is Michelle Hammond, a Marie Curie Nurse.
For more information about the partnership, please contact Sarah Palmer, HomeServe's National Charity Manager, on 01922 609073.