On Sunday 21st June, colleagues from integrated property services and project delivery specialist Styles&Wood, took part in the Great Notts Bike Ride in aid of our chosen charity partner, The Prince’s Trust.

The team from our Nottingham office who took part on the day were Claire Gynn, Steve Smith, Kevin Cripps, Julian Betts, Jonathan Smith, Steve Armstrong and Simon Mason.

They did amazingly well, battling up a few large hills and averaging a speed of around 10 miles per hour. Feeling a sense of achievement for taking part and getting a little bit healthier in the process, the team managed to smash their target and raised a massive £685!

A big thank you to everyone who donated and congratulations go to everyone who took part.

We had some feedback from The Prince’s Trust before the event:

“I just wanted to drop a quick note to wish the team all the best for the Great Notts bike ride taking place this Sunday. The money you are raising will allow us to help the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in the UK and we couldn’t be more proud of you for your efforts. I hope you are all looking forward to the ride and I hope you have a fantastic day. Good luck!” – Chris Ward, Active Events Manager

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