Coast to Coast cycling for St David’s Hospice

On Friday 7th September 2018, a team from PMG Print Management will undertake the Coast to Coast cycling challenge to raise awareness and funds for St David’s Hospice.

In three days they will undertake the 170 mile ‘Way of the Roses’, which is from Morecambe in the West of Lancashire to Bridlington on Yorkshire’s East Coast. The route takes them through the Lune Valley, Yorkshire Dales, Nidderdale and the Yorkshire Wolds.

Whilst Mike, Martin, Cath and Andy will be donning their cycling jerseys and cycling the route; the rest of the PMG team will be supporting them along the journey whether that’s driving the support van, catering or simply cheering those cycling, making the event a real team effort.

The team from Birstall, West Yorkshire have chosen to support St David’s Hospice in Llandudno after they provided end of life care for, Martin’s father Kenneth Kearton-Smith father who passed away in June this year.

Occupation Creative Manager at PMG Martin Kearton-Smith said:

Martin’s father Kenneth Kearton-Smith

“With a team with an average age of 48, we know that age isn’t on our side!

“This is the furthest I’ve cycled before and I’m a mixture of nerves and excitement.

“I wanted to do this challenge to thank the doctors and nurses at St David’s Hospice who not only cared for my dad but also looked after my family.

“I want to help raise funds so they can continue the fantastic service they offer.”

Community Fundraiser for James Wilde said:

“This is a really ambitious challenge that will push Martin and the PMG team to their limits but I’m confident they will push through. This is a great and unique way to remember Kenneth.

“The money raised will really help support the vital work done here at St David’s Hospice.”

To show your support for the cyclists and make donations go to: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/pmgcoast2coast

 

 

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