Cycling to fight cancer: We are taking on the London to Brighton bike ride

On 15th September a team from Woods Hardwick will be taking on the London to Brighton cycle challenge in aid of charities Lymphoma Action and The Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK.

Brothers Russell (Planning Director) and Kevin (Land Surveyor) Gray, lost their dad to Sezary Syndrome, a rare and aggressive form of blood cancer earlier this year, and to honour his memory and raise money in his name, they have decided to take on the 55 mile cycling challenge.  They will be joined by colleagues at Woods Hardwick, as well as friends and clients. 

The 55 mile route starts on Clapham Common and travels through Mitcham, Carshalton, Chipstead, Banstead and Haywards Heath. Riders will have to climb the infamous Ditchling Beacon (814 feet above sea level) before a long descent into Brighton and the finish line in front of Brighton Pier.

Over the summer the team is completing a number of training rides in order to gear up (see what we did there!) for the big day.

With a target of £1,000 to raise, the Woods Hardwick cycling team welcome any donation – large or small – that you can give! You can do so via the links below.  We look forward to keeping you all posted on their progress!

Donate to “Doing it for Digger” and Lymphoma Action

About Lymphoma Action

Lymphoma Action is the UK’s only charity dedicated to lymphoma, the fifth most common cancer.  They have been providing in-depth, expert information and wide-ranging support for over 30 years, helping thousands of people affected by lymphoma.  Their work drives improvements in the diagnosis, treatment, and aftercare of lyphoma.

Donate to Kevin Gray and The Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK

About The Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK

Stephanie Moore MBE set up the Bobby Moore Fund in partnership with Cancer Research UK, following the death of her husband, Bobby Moore, from bowel cancer.  The Bobby Moore Fund is now a leader in the fight against bowel cancer, funding research  that’s helping more people survive than ever before.

It is not too late to sign up if anyone else would like to join them! Get in touch with Russell to find out more.