Clarion and RSM Tenon in bike challenge
28th July 2011
The ride is in aid of The Being Bel Trust, a charity set up to raise funds for ten-year-old Bel Young from Harrogate who was severely paralysed in a fall from a climbing frame last summer. Bel is the daughter of Clarion partner Simon Young.
Setting off on September 14, the teams will ride the newest coast to coast cycle route, the Way of the Roses, which runs between Morecambe on Lancashire’s Irish Sea coast and Bridlington on Yorkshire’s North Sea coast.
The teams are asking for the support of colleagues, clients and friends in their bid to raise funds for Bel. After ten months in hospital, she is now at home and needs costly specialist equipment as well as help with ongoing therapy and care costs.
Partner and leader of the Clarion team Richard Moran said: “As a firm, we never like to turn down a challenge so when the guys from RSM Tenon suggested this ride, we couldn’t refuse, particularly as it is for a cause so close to our hearts.”
RSM Tenon’s Richard Bright added: “‘This is a cause close to any parent’s heart, I am glad that we can help in some small way to make life just a little easier for this courageous little lady and her parents.”
Richard Bright, Keith Marshall, Liam Cotter, Steve Williams, Richard Leach, Ian Gibson, Glyn Thomas, Alan Dunwell and Sarah Nichols make up the RSM Tenon team.
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