Martyn Brierley is taking part in the Big Cycle in aid of MySmallHelp Nepal– cycling an impressive 100 miles.
Esland, a business specialising in the provision of high-quality residential care and associated services for young people, is raising money for MySmallHelp Nepal to feed, clothe and educate orphans in Nepal. Esland is aiming to raise enough money to finish building a school in the mountains of Kathmandu; thereby providing access to education for many more disadvantaged children.
The Esland Big Cycle will start on Friday 22 September 2017 and run over 10 days, cycling 585 miles in total starting from Esland’s most northern children’s home in Doncaster and ending at their most southern home in Kent.
Martyn Brierley will be taking part in the Nepal Big Cycle on Friday 22 and Saturday 23 September 2017, first cycling 47 miles from Doncaster to Dronfield and on Saturday, cycling a further 53 miles onto Alstonefields, in the Peak District.
“It is great to get involved with the Esland Big Cycle event to help raise money for this very worthy charity. I’m really looking forward to joining the Esland staff, friends and business partners on this challenge”.
Martyn has created a Just Giving page to raise money for the Big Cycle. If you would like to show your support for Martyn, please click the JustGiving button.
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