Sue Ryder - Ride For Ryder Nettlebed & Duchess Of Kent Hospice

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  1. clare.sturgess

    clare.sturgess New Member

    Jul 14, 2015
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    Event title: Ride for Ryder Nettlebed and Duchess of Kent Hospice
    Event date/s: Sunday 20th September
    Event location: Nettlebed Hospice - Joyce Grove, Nettlebed, Henley-on-Thames RG9 5DF
    Event organiser: Sue Ryder
    Your relationship: Charity Rep
    Cost of entry:
    Minimum sponsorship: £100
    Beneficiary: Sue Ryder Nettlebed and Duchess of Kent Hospice's, Charles Clore Unit Newbury and Wokingham Day Therapy
    Event link:

    Starting and finishing in the grounds of our beautiful Nettlebed Hospice, theroute winds through the Chiltern Hills, taking in part of the Tour of Britain 2014 route. Ride for Ryder is a great day out for all the family and plays a key role in raising essential funds to help us continue to provide incredible care for patients living with life limiting illnesses.

    Get on your bikes for a choice of three routes around the beautiful countryside of the Chilterns, cycling through Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.

    We have a route to suite all abilities, but the routes are designed to challenge the rider. For novice cyclists or a fun day out with the family, we suggest you choose the 10-mile route, but if you’re looking for a real challenge, then the 60-mile option is the route for you. Whichever distance you choose, it’s guaranteed to be a fun and memorable day.

    We are asking all participants to raise a minimum of £100 for Sue Ryder Duchess of Kent and Nettlebed Hospices. Route options and related fees are as follows:

    • 10 miles - £15 registration fee/Early bird - £10
    • 25 miles - £20 registration fee/Early bird - £15
    • 60 miles - £25 registration fee/Early bird - £20
    For route maps please visit the website listed above.
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  2. Susimi

    Susimi Active Member

    May 24, 2015
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    Sounds like it's gonna be a great event for a great cause. Really wish I lived closer so I could take part in it!

    Although even the minimal £100 donation I think I'd have a little trouble raising by others.

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