Ride for Helen 2020


Ride for Helen Banner

We are pleased to announce that we have a rescheduled date for Ride for Helen

Sunday 20th September 2020.

Due to the logistics of organising the volunteers and signing of routes we may need to reduce the number of routes on offer this year but we promise there will be at least four to choose from. We will be updating the Ride for Helen website before the weekend. The Ride will help us to recoup some of £160,000 income we are losing in the next three months.

COVID-19 is affecting the lives of so many people now but cancer has done for many years and will continue to do so in the future. We are determined that once this chaos has lifted we will enable quality of life to people living with cancer for many years to come.

All adult registrations for the 6 mile route qualify for TWO FREE CHILD places.

To find out more details visit www.rideforhelen.co.uk



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We are calling on everyone in our community to play a vital role in helping us to fundraise which will allow us to continue enabling quality of life while living with cancer.