Helen is taking part in HMT 6(66) Beast Of A Ride which is raising funds for ChildLine Nordoff-Robbins Teenage Cancer Trust
"A beast of a ride....
That’s going to mean I’ll be working as hard as humanly possible to raise as many funds as I can in exchange for as much pain in the saddle as I can endure (again, will doing it a second year make it any easier? I suspect not). Then there’s a lot of training, I would not describe myself to be in peak physical fitness, after last year’s ride any glimmer of fine form has dissolved into an unwanted spare tyre.
Beast of a ride surely means I’ll be asking everyone who is sitting comfortably to donate as generously as they can afford. All donations will help children and teenagers who are enduring pain, suffering and facing challenges. Let us hope we can offer support, offer a friendly counsellor, offer a way out and back on track for a better future.
Donate all you can, help the 3 charities continue their excellent work. After my 2017 ride, I was fortunate to visit Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy north London centre and observe a therapy session. Wow. wow. This charity provides qualified music therapists, reaching out to children & adults in the UK who are on the autism spectrum, to those who have dyspraxia, who have suffered a stroke or living with dementia to name just few of the many conditions which music can reach.
Thanks so much for digging deep, it will make a difference."
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