Sign up for a three cities cycle challenge this new year

Posted: January 8, 2014

A four day event through Amsterdam, Holland and Brussels

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Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is giving people the chance to take up the challenge of a lifetime in 2014 with a three cities cycle challenge.

The challenge is a four day event from London to vibrant Amsterdam and onward through Holland and Brussels.

Brighter Futures is the Trust's charity which supports the Great Western Hospital in Swindon and community healthcare and maternity services across Wiltshire; they're calling for people to sign up to the cycle challenge and help fundraise for the charity.

Jennifer Green, Head of Fundraising for Brighter Futures said: "New Year is a time when people are making resolutions and often want to challenge themselves to get fitter, so our three cities cycle challenge is a perfect opportunity to do this, and also raise money for a good cause which helps support patient care and services."

The cycle challenge will take place in August; it starts in London with a scenic 338 mile route to Amsterdam, and then continues through Holland to finish in Brussels.

Jennifer continues: "You don't have to be a top cyclist to take part; people may have done cycle challenges before, or it could be the first time they have ever done something like this.  The challenge is open to anyone and we hope to see as many people as possible signing up. It is a chance for people to increase their fitness, do something different, explore cities you might never have been to, and have fun!"

The three cities cycle challenge will be from 27- 31 August 2014.  Riders are asked to pay a registration fee of £99 and raise a minimum of £1,500 in sponsorship.  Spaces are limited so register early to avoid missing out.

Sign up now!

To secure your place visit and find out more about the challenge click here.

You can also contact Jennifer Green on 01793 605631, email fundraising@gwh.nhs.uk for more information.

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