Softwire cycle to Brighton for Teenage Cancer Trust
25 October 2011, by Jenny Mulholland
Nine Softwire employees (from left to right – Rob D, Luci, Tim, Jenny, Chris H, Simon W, Phil and Dezzy plus Iain) are going to be cycling from the Softwire office in Kentish Town to Brighton this Saturday (29th October 2011) for the charity which Softwire are supporting this year – the Teenage Cancer Trust. Friends and family are welcome and there are approximately 15 people altogether doing the trip.
The route is around 60 miles long and apparently quite hilly, as it goes over the South Downs. The group is of mixed ability, with a few very keen cyclists and some newcomers to long distances, who are pushing new boundaries (and crossing their fingers that they will make it all the way!)
Hopefully the late October weather will be kind to us and it won’t be too wet or windy…
Wish us all luck and please sponsor us at http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/Softwire. Softwire have promised to match donations up to £3000. Teenage Cancer Trust fund and build specialised cancer units for teenagers in NHS hospitals across the UK, giving a better living environment which has been proven to improve recovery chances. It would be absolutely fantastic if we were able to hit this target to support their great work.