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Colin Marsh takes on 100 mile cycling challenge

/ May 2024
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On Sunday 26th May, Colin Marsh, Head of Maintenance at Henford House care home in Wiltshire, will take part in the gruelling Ride 100 cycle race across London and Essex to raise money for Barchester’s Charitable Foundation.

Colin is a keen cyclist but admits it has been a while since he took on a challenge this big! He will be using pedal power plus sheer grit and determination to complete the 100 mile cycle race from Victoria Embankment, across London and out to Essex, and then back to the finish line at Tower Bridge.

Colin comments: “It is going to be a long old day in the saddle, but I’m really excited to take part in Ride 100, and I’m hoping to raise lots of money for Barchester's Charitable Foundation. I know all the staff, residents, relatives and visitors are behind me and that they’ll be cheering me on come May 26th - it is their support that will keep me going and get me across the finish line.”

Henford House care home is organising all kinds of activities to help Colin fundraise, and they are hugely proud of him for taking part. Click here to support Colin.


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