Get on your bike to Paris for Birmingham Children’s Hospital
Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity is inviting its big hearted supporters to join them on their second annual London to Paris bike ride.
Taking place between Wednesday 5th – Sunday 9th September, this epic challenge will see supporters of all abilities cycle 300 miles over four consecutive days, to help raise vital funds for the sick kids and their families cared for at Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
James Lunney, Events Fundraiser at Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity, said:
“I took part in last year’s London to Paris bike ride and it was an incredible experience which I will never forget. We had team members who hadn’t cycled for over 20 years and all abilities of fitness. We were all cycling for kids and their families at this amazing hospital and that’s what keeps you going through the tough periods. I don’t think there was a dry eye in the team when we reached the Eiffel Tower.
“Not only is it amazing experience for all involved, but it also raises vital funds to help provide the best possible facilities and environment at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, for our exceptional patients and young people.”
The Fundraising Team at the hospital is inviting potential participants to join them at one of their presentation evenings to find out more about this life-changing challenge; meeting at the Fundraising Hub based in the main entrance to Birmingham Children’s Hospital on Wednesday 14th February at 6pm.
Once there, they hear from past cyclists, meet some of their potential team and get a detailed look into the training, fundraising and magic of the London to Paris bike ride.
For more information or to book your place at our presentation evening visit bch.org.uk/london-paris or phone the Birmingham Children’s Hospital Fundraising Team on 0121 333 8639.