Cynthia Spencer Hospice’s biggest fundraising event is back on two wheels and is welcoming riders to come along to Lamport Hall on Sunday 19th September to raise money for the hospice in its 45th anniversary year.
After last year’s cycle had to become a virtual ride, organisers are thrilled to be able to bring back the true Cycle4Cynthia experience for 2021 while also giving those who aren’t quite ready to attend ‘in person’ events, the chance to still feel involved.
Online entry is open now at www.cycle4cynthia.co.uk/registration and of course people can also register by calling 01604 973340 or by completing an entry form and sending it in the post. Fundraising support and resources can also be found by visiting www.cynthiaspencer.org.uk/event/C4C2021.
Organiser, Sarah Denston said: “We’ve got 50 mile and 25 mile routes all planned out for riders leaving from the stunning surroundings of Lamport Hall which, as usual, take in the very best of the Northamptonshire countryside. And for those who fancy a different route, our virtual event lets riders choose their own distance and route from their own front door plus the flexibility of riding any time over the weekend of 18th – 19th September.
“We can’t wait to get together again with our wonderful volunteers, who are such a crucial part of Cycle4Cynthia, and bring this fabulous cycle ride back for our riders and supporters to enjoy. This year we’re asking participants to raise as much as possible for the hospice to celebrate our 45th anniversary of caring for our community.”
Early bird discounts are available until 19th July so eager riders are advised to register as soon as possible in order to save £5 per adult.
Cycle4Cynthia is supported once again this year by gold headline sponsor, EMW Law LLP. Joy Vollans is CEO of the company, which has been providing solutions to meet clients’ needs in the county since 1992, and says they are thrilled to be extending their long-standing support of the event: “We are absolutely delighted to be gold headline sponsor again this year and of course, as we have done for several years, we’ll also be leaping into our saddles to take part in the ride itself” explained Joy.
“Whatever the weather, pedalling past the finishing line to the cheers of our colleagues, friends, families and the other riders is a fabulous feeling and knowing we’re raising funds for Cynthia Spencer whilst doing something we enjoy is brilliant, so we hope many more will join us!” she added.
For further information, including details of the various ways in which you can support the Hospice during these challenging times, please call the fundraising team on 01604 973340 or email email@example.com