Thu 13 Aug 2015
19th & 20th SEPTEMBER -TOUR OF FOUR COUNTIES - JOHN GERMAN’S SPONSORED CYCLE RELAY
Once again the staff at John German will be stepping up to the mark during their 175th Anniversary fundraising year to raise money for our two chosen charities.
The John German, Tour of Four Counties sponsored cycle will take place on 19th/20th September when our staff, family and friends will take part in a cycle relay visiting all 10 John German offices across the Midlands.
The relay will start on day one in Ashby, followed by stops at Loughborough, East Leake and West Bridgford, ending at the Ashbourne office.
Day two will start in Ashbourne, going on to Uttoxeter, Stafford, Lichfield and Barton under Needwood, ending with a walk of approximately 6 miles to finish the relay in Burton upon Trent.
This is no mean feat and no doubt there will be blood, sweat and tears!
Our teams need all the support they can get so please come and greet our cyclists at any of the office check-points throughout the two day event.
We hope the event will raise an amazing amount of money for our two chosen charities of 2015, Rainbows Children’s' Hospice in Loughborough and St Giles Hospice near Lichfield.
For more information on our route and check point times please visit:
If you would like to make a donation please click HERE - Your support is greatly appreicated.
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