This summer, Willowbrook Hospice in Prescot will be holding their annual 45-mile cycle challenge, ‘Ride45’, to raise much-needed funds.
Last year, the amazing riders raised more than £10,000 and this year, the hospice wants to beat that!
This year’s ride starts and finishes at Rainford High School and it’s a wonderful opportunity for you to take in the beautiful scenery of the route which includes Knowsley, St Helens, West Lancashire and Sefton.
The ride is on Sunday 14 July 2019 and begins at 8am. Entry costs £20 plus sponsorship. You’ll be provided with refreshments and a medal will be waiting for you at the finish line!
You don’t have to be an advanced cyclist to take part but 14 to 16-year-olds must be accompanied by an adult rider.
Willowbrook Hospice has spent more than 20 years providing free palliative care for thousands of people with life limiting diseases in Knowsley and St Helens. With just a modest contribution from the NHS, the hospice heavily relies on fundraising efforts to continue providing their specialist care and support to patients and their families.
Decided you want to take part to support the brilliant work of your local hospice? It’s also a great way to keep fit! There are a few ways to register: you can register online, call Willowbrook Hospice on 01744 453798, email your entry form to firstname.lastname@example.org, or hand the form in at The Living Well, Borough Road, St Helens WA10 3RN