Foundation 50 cycle ride raises an incredible £2,432
A team of cyclists from across the firm have successfully completed a 50-mile cycle ride, raising £2,432 for the Kreston Reeves Foundation, part of the Foundation 50 Challenge.
The ride which took place at the end of June started in Ashford, Kent before heading down towards Rye, East Sussex, via Romney Marsh, before returning to make a 50-mile loop.
Taking part and also looking the part in their Kreston Reeves branded Lycra were Andrew Griggs, Andrew Tate, Andy Hill, Christopher Gregory, Darren Hurdle, Des Sudworth, Graham Hunt, Joe Timms, Leo Ventura Bilgic, Mike Dyer, Nadav Shayovitz, Richard Heasman, Richard Spofforth, Sean Rodwell and Taz Munshi.
Richard Heasman, Partner and Head of Forensic Accounting, comments: “We are all delighted to have raised so much money for the Foundation 50 Challenge. This ride was a challenging distance but it has been a great way to spend some down time with our colleagues, to get ourselves healthier and to see some of the stunning Kent and Sussex countryside. Fifty miles was demanding and, in some instances, it ended up being closer to 55 miles, thanks to an unexpected detour, but everyone safely completed the ride. We are looking forward to taking part in other fund-raising events throughout the year.”
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This followed on from the recent 50km hike, including attempting the highest peak in the Lake District (Scafell Pike), raising nearly £5,500.
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