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On track to raise over £2,400

9 Jul 2018

A team from design led developer, Bewley Homes, is on track to raise an impressive £2,400 in aid of Sebastian’s Action Trust after completing Bagshot’s Big Bike Ride – a gruelling 53 mile course, starting and finishing in Surrey – on one of the hottest days of the year so far.

Known as the Bewley Bikers, the team was made up of Bewley Project Manager’s, Steve Head and Mick Heaver; Site Manager, Chris Gilbert and Head of Bewley Customer Care, Lianne Burton.

“As a company, Bewley is a great supporter of Sebastian’s Action Trust, having raised significant funds for the charity through the Bewley annual Golf Fundraising Day and Auction both this year and last” says Lianne.

She continues: “As a charity, Sebastian’s Action Trust does tremendous work, providing respite holidays and vital support to seriously-ill children and their families. In 2011, they opened a purpose-built holiday house which is a place of laughter, love, noise and fun which the charity aims to welcome 100 families to for holidays and 500 individuals to on day visits each year.

“As parents ourselves, we are proud to be able to help further fundraise for this incredibly worthwhile charity which provides a local facility for the communities in which we all live and work.”

A team from design led developer, Bewley Homes, is on track to raise an impressive £2,400 in aid of Sebastian’s Action Trust after completing Bagshot’s Big Bike Ride – a gruelling 53 mile course, starting and finishing in Surrey – on one of the hottest days of the year so far.

Known as the Bewley Bikers, the team was made up of Bewley Project Manager’s, Steve Head and Mick Heaver; Site Manager, Chris Gilbert and Head of Bewley Customer Care, Lianne Burton.

“As a company, Bewley is a great supporter of Sebastian’s Action Trust, having raised significant funds for the charity through the Bewley annual Golf Fundraising Day and Auction both this year and last” says Lianne.

She continues: “As a charity, Sebastian’s Action Trust does tremendous work, providing respite holidays and vital support to seriously-ill children and their families. In 2011, they opened a purpose-built holiday house which is a place of laughter, love, noise and fun which the charity aims to welcome 100 families to for holidays and 500 individuals to on day visits each year.

“As parents ourselves, we are proud to be able to help further fundraise for this incredibly worthwhile charity which provides a local facility for the communities in which we all live and work.”