The countdown to the London Luton Airport charity cycle challenge has begun.
A team of 29 will cycle for from Luton to Brussels over three days to raise in excess of £30,000 for the Airport’s charity partner Sue Ryder, St Johns Hospice.
The challenge will see the group depart from Luton on July 9 and cover 233 miles before reaching Brussels on July 11. It is a test of endurance and a collaborative effort to support a very worthy cause.
Paula Rastrick, Corporate Fundraiser at Sue Ryder St John’s Hospice said: “Our partnership with London Luton Airport is amazing and this challenge is a testament to the hard work and determination of everyone involved – cyclists and fundraisers alike. To the volunteers who choose to donate their most precious commodity; time – thank you. We could not do this without your support.”
The Airport and Sue Ryder would like to thank the corporate heroes that have sponsored this ride:
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