Rampion Engineer takes on South Downs Way in 1 day for Hospice UK
One day. 100 miles. 3600m of elevation.
Rampion Engineer Max and pals took on the challenge of cycling the South Downs Way in a day to raise money for the vital work of Hospice UK.
The South Downs Way stretches from Winchester in the west to Eastbourne in the east and is almost all off-road. Max said of the challenge “its one of the hardest things I have ever done, but I am really glad we did it!”
The team chose to support Hospice UK after the loss of a family member and friend to terminal illness, the team added “the compassionate support and care of Hospice UK nurses made the burden and fear easier to bear. The way they calmly guided terminally ill loved ones through the last stages of life helped them come to terms with it, handle it and have the kind of dignified end they wished for. For the families and friends around them, they helped make the toughest of times more manageable. Their work has a massive impact on those difficult last stages of life for those suffering with terminal illness and all of those around them, which is why its so important to support the difference Hospice UK can make.”
Rampion was delighted to support the team with their fundraising challenge and are pleased to say they have raised over £2,000 for Hospice UK via their Just giving page
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