Keen cyclists urged to sign up to charity ride from Second City to London for Birmingham Children’s Hospital

Written by on July 4, 2018

BIG-HEARTED cyclists are being urged to sign up to the SACA Brmingham to London cycle ride to raise funds for Birmingham Children’s Hospital.

Every year a children’s charity is selected to be the recipients of the funding and this year Birmingham Children’s Hospital has been chosen.

The cash will go to help 90,000 sick youngsters and their families.

Those who want to enter need to do so quick though as registrations for the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity close on July 16.

Serena Daw, Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity’s Public Fundraising Manager, said: “The annual SACA Charity Bike Ride is a key fund-raising event in the Birmingham Calendar, so to be chosen as charity partner is fantastic.

“The money raised will support our mission to raise the vital funds needed to make a real difference to all who use the hospital’s services, offering them the best experience possible.

“This is such an important cause, so we urge any cyclists seeking a challenge to take on the ride and support our brave children.”

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The SACA Bike Ride 2018 sets off from Birmingham (Smethwick) and continues through Coventry, Daventry and Milton Keynes, before reaching a centennial milestone in Luton.

After an overnight stay, the ride continues in the morning and passes through St Albans, Radlett, Elstree and Harrow, reaching its final destination in London (Southall).

A spokesperson for SACA said: “All of us at SACA are excited and proud to be able to raise money for Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity as part of our Birmingham to London charity bike ride this year.

“The work of the charity aligns with our ethos of supporting endeavours that focus on the wellbeing of children in the UK.”

To find out more about how you sign up for the SACA Bike Ride 2018 and support Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity, visit https://www.charitybikeride.com/


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