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We've had fantastic support over the last 4 years from Royal Mail, our colleagues and friends, our families and the local community both business and social when we've asked for sponsorship for our crazy cycle exploits.

All our efforts have been to support local charities who need help wherever they can get it, and here's where you can learn a little more about what they do.

Breakthrough Breast Cancer - while not a local charity itself, the annual London to Cambridge Cycle Ride entrance fee goes to this worthwhile national charity.

Arthur Rank House Hospice - a local hospice who many of us have personal experience of, who are the most wonderful providers of respite and palliative care, but who rely extensively on charitable donations to provide the support they do.

East Anglia Children's Hospice (EACH) - another local hospice who we have supported since we formed in 2005. Based in the village of Milton, just outside Cambridge, this is another hugely important local organisation that relies on charity to survive, and to support children and families who face the challenges of a life threatening condition.

STARS - also based in Milton, this local charity provides bereavement counselling to children at probably the most difficult time of their young lives. We have only provided limited support to STARS in the last year, but hope to increase this extensively over years to come.

We have aligned our efforts mostly to Arthur Rank House Hospice and to EACH, but we are always happy to to widen our area of support. If you would like us to do something specific for your charity, please email us with details. You can reach us by following this link.

Since we started doing our sponsored activities in 2006 we have raised:

 

41,663

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you everyone who has taken part in events or who has sponsored us to raise this exceptional amount of money.