Kreston Reeves employees will take part in a 50-mile cycle ride this June to raise funds for the Kreston Reeves Foundation as part of the group’s ‘Foundation 50 Challenge’.
The ride takes place on Saturday 26 June 2021 and will start in Ashford, Kent before heading down towards Rye, East Sussex, via Romney Marsh, before returning to make a 50-mile loop.
The peloton leaves at 9.30am and taking part will be Andrew Griggs, Andrew Tate, Andy Hill, Christopher Gregory, Darren Hurdle, Des Sudworth, Graham Hunt, Joe Timms, Leo Ventura Bilgic, Mike Dyer, Nadav Shayovitz, Richard Heasman, Richard Spofforth, Sean Rodwell and Taz Munshi.
It follows on from the group’s recent 50km hike, where employees attempted hiking the highest peak in the Lake District (Scafell Pike), raising nearly £5,500.
Richard Heasman, partner and head of forensic accounting, said: “We are delighted to be getting out onto the country lanes of Kent and Sussex on our bikes to raise much needed funds for our local office charities.
“The Foundation 50 Challenge is a great way to spend some down time, to get healthy, to spend time with colleagues and to raise money for local charities. Fifty miles is a challenging distance but hopefully everyone has been training hard and will complete the loop.”