Get on your bike for charity


The Royal Hospital for Neurodisability, on Putney Hill, is looking for riders to raise funds for them by taking part in the Prudential Ride 100 on Sunday 31 July.
The hospital was founded in 1854 to help those who have been affected by brain injuries and degenerative neurological conditions, such as Huntingdon’s disease. Using technology and specialist therapies, their work makes a huge difference to the lives of those who have been disabled.
There are 20 spaces available, so if you’re interested in taking part and think you can raise £500 for the charity you can get a registration form by emailing or calling: 020 8780 4560.

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