Headway set to benefit from cycling donations

The Worthing branch of aquired brain injury charity Headway West Sussex (HWS) are set to benefit from a large donation.

George Ide solicitors present their cheque for £7,500 to HWS representatives
George Ide solicitors present their cheque for £7,500 to HWS representatives

Cycling solicitors at a Chichester law firm presented the charity with a cheque for £7,500 after completing a gruelling 90-mile county-wide bike ride.

The 13-strong team of amateur cyclists, organised by lawyers at George Ide LLP, took on the charity challenge during the South Coast full-service firm’s Golden Anniversary year, marking 50 years of legal service and support to the local community. Taking in HWS branches in Littlehampton, Worthing, Crawley and Horsham, the circular bike ride route also included cycle-stops in Albourne and Arundel, and featured several lengthy hill climbs as the riders wove their way back and forth across the county’s unspoilt downland.

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The all-day charity cycle event in aid of acquired brain injury charity Headway West Sussex featured a team of cyclists representing George Ide LLP.

Find out more about HWS at www.headwaywestsussex.org.uk.

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