300-mile cycling challenge raises £3000 for Enham Trust!

London to Paris Cycling Challenge for Enham Trust


2 local cycling enthusiasts, Pauline Bisson and Jamie Coombs, have recently completed an epic 300-mile cycling challenge in aid of leading disability charity Enham Trust

The challenge, where participants cycled for a whopping 4 days from England’s busy and bustling capital, London, to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, saw thousands of philanthropists push themselves to the limits and reach new heights, all in the name of charity.

Pauline, who regularly participates in endurance tasks on behalf of Enham Trust, commented upon completion of this cross-channel challenge:

It was exhausting; very hot, and ohhh! Those hills! But it is a challenge after all

A keen supporter and employee of the charity, Pauline only recently took up cycling again after a 30 year break, specifically to complete this challenge.

Wanting to ensure all funds raised go directly to the Trust’s vital cause, Pauline has self-funded this event; with both participants looking to raise a collective total of £3000 for Enham Trust – towards ensuring disabled and disadvantaged people across the country can live lives of choice, control, and independence.

If you would like to donate to Pauline’s cycling challenge, please visit her page

Similarly, if you would like to donate to Jamie’s challenge, please visit Jamies page

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