18th August 2021

Gearing up for Tour de SE cycle ride for Maggie’s

Colleagues across the business are preparing for their 'Tour de SE' charity ride which will see them cycle 290 miles whilst fundraising for Maggie’s.

As part of our ongoing fundraising efforts for Maggie’s, our Tour de SE charity cycle ride challenges colleagues to cycle 290 miles over four days.

Starting this Sunday 22nd August and finishing on 25th August, our colleagues will use central London as a base and head out for a day on the road. Once they reach their destination at the end of each day, they'll head back to London courtesy of the support mini bus, rest, refuel and get ready to repeat the following day. 

In previous years, the SRMCC have taken on LEJOG (Lands End to John O'Groats) and Heart to Home (Hemel Hempstead to ​Glasgow).  

They are hoping to promote the fantastic work of Maggie’s along the way, raising as much funds for the charity as they can.  

We wish them the very best of luck as they embark on what will be a memorable journey visiting the following cities, towns and Maggie’s Centres along the way. 

Day 1 – Sunday 22nd August

Start Trafalgar Square > Royal Marsden Maggie's > Brighton Beach (Total 65 miles)

Day 2 – Monday 23rd August

Start Trafalgar Square > Cambridge Maggie's (Total 62 miles)

Day 3 – Tuesday 24th August

Start Trafalgar Square > Oxford Maggie's (Total 69 miles)

Day 4 – Wednesday 25th August

Start Trafalgar Square > Southampton Maggie's (Total 93 miles)​

Huge thank you to our ride sponsors CAD21 Ltd, Alloy Fab Weld Ltd and J Coffey, we appreciate your support.

If you wish to show your support with a donation, please visit our Maggie’s fundraising page: 

Tour De SE fundraising for Maggie's Centres on JustGiving 

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