Spire CEO Rob Roger and cycling enthusiasts raise money for charity

04 June 2014

Spire CEO Rob Roger and cycling enthusiasts from across the Spire network are taking part in a series of bike rides in June to raise money for charities Macmillan Cancer Care and Walking With The Wounded.

 Their journey from Southend to Edinburgh includes: 




Saturday 7 June

Southend to Bushey (via Brentwood and Redbridge)

115 km

Sunday 8 June

Farnham to Brighton (via Gatwick Park)

118 km

Saturday 14 June

Warrington to St. George’s Park (via Macclesfield)

124 km

Sunday 15 June

St. George’s Park to Worcester (via Solihull and Sutton Coldfield)

152 km

Sunday 22 June

Bristol to Cardiff 

58 km

Saturday 28 June

Peebles (Borders) to Edinburgh Murrayfield 

69 km


You can donate to Macmillan Cancer Care in support of the first four rides through Spire's Virgin Money Giving page.

The Spire teams will be joining the British and Irish Lions on two of the legs to help support their Ride of the Lions initiative. You can donate to the Ride of the Lions in support of Walking With The Wounded, through their Virgin Money Giving webpage.

It would be great to raise as much money as possible for these worthy causes and to support those taking part.

Good luck to Dr Andrew Morrison, consultant anaesthetist, and Dr Gary Williams, consultant radiologist, who will be cycling from Spire Cheshire Hospital to St George's Park on Saturday 14th June and everyone else who is involved in the ride!

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