Directors take on 125 mile cycling challenge for charity


Debbie and Rod are cycling 125 miles to Mont Saint-Michel towards the end of April to raise money for Emmaus. 

Emmaus is a charity which offers meaningful work and a sense of belonging to people who have experienced homelessness and social exclusion. The charity is currently supporting more than 750 formerly homeless people. 

The pair chose this charity after visiting large cities throughout the UK, especially in cold winter months and found it heartbreaking to see how some people have to live. They want to try and help in some way that would give real prospects for a long-term change in homeless people's lives. 

They are starting their journey from Portsmouth, where they will take a ferry across to France, then cycle to Mont Saint-Michel. The cycle will be a challenge, but they are ready to take it on! 

Debbie and Rod are hoping to raise at least £1,500 for Emmaus and would appreciate any donations, no matter how big or small. A link to their just giving page is below: