Riders wanted in aid of South London brain injury charity

Hayley E. Ferguson
Riders wanted in aid of South London brain injury charity

Following the success of last year’s event, which raised £4,000 for charity, participants are required for the London-to-Windsor bike ride on Sunday, September 4th, in aid of local brain injury charity Headway South West London (HSWL).

Headway has worked for over 30 years to provide assistance, information, and services to many of the 135,000 people who suffer a brain injury each year.  There are three routes, ranging from 29 miles, to 37 miles, to 55 miles.

Richmond law firm Moore Blatch, which specialises in supporting individuals with brain injury, are entering a team into the challenge to raise awareness and funds for HSWL. 

Trevor Sterling, Moore Blatch, comments: “Brain injury is an area very close to our hearts, so we are delighted to be raising funds for the South West London branch of Headway which provides support for people all over South and South West London, including areas such as Wimbledon, Richmond, Balham, and Croydon.”

The ride will commence at 9.30 am, starting at The Green in Richmond, TW9 1PL and finishes at Alexandra Gardens in Windsor, SL4 1QZ. Anyone wanting to participate or support the event should call or email Julia Bell (julia.bell@mooreblatch.com) or Eman Hassan (eman.hassan@mooreblatch.com) at 020 8332 8639.

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