Cyclists Raise Over £1,000 For Enham Trust

A group of 10 determined cyclists recently completed a 54 mile-long bike ride on behalf of leading Hampshire-based disability charity Enham Trust.

All of the cyclists remained in great spirits throughout the route; helping and motivating each other. They were then met after the ride by Events Fundraiser Liz Lunn and volunteers to be congratulated and given some well-earned snacks and drinks. The cyclists raised a combined total of over £1,000 for the charity, making a valued contribution to the Trust’s vital work across the country, supporting over 7,500 disabled and disadvantaged people to live the lives they choose; gaining greater independence in every aspect of their lives.

“Enham Trust’s disabled clients forever have to overcome challenges on a daily basis; something that has made me change my own outlook on life,” explained participant David Fitzgerald. “Doing a challenge like this is all about having fun, whilst making a difference.

“I am now considering booking a place on the London to Paris bike ride in July 2016 for Enham Trust!”

For more information about Enham Trust, and how to get involved in the charity’s upcoming events, please visit:

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