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Arlington Dream Team's Race to Yemen with APAM page

Arlington Dream Team is cycling over 8,105 km for for Save the Children because we are supporting the Yemen Crisis Appeal

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  • Event: Race to Yemen with APAM, 01 May 2019 to 31 May 2019
  • Team: Race to Yemen with APAM

Save the Children

We fight for children everyday to help build a better future

Charity Registration No. England and Wales (213890) Scotland (SC039570)


Team APAM is training for a 8,105 km virtual cycle challenge which they will be undertaking in May, As Arlington's Park Management Team we are entering to join the race to Yemen. Our team will consist of Park Managers, Onsite Maintenance teams, Account Managers and Café staff to name a few.

Our Team so Far:

Amy Coles – Park & Operations Manager, Workman LLP

Becky Richardson – Assistant Park Manager, Workman LLP

Nathalie Ciet, Catering Manager, Jenni and Kelly - Cafe@ No.10

Polly, Nikki & Gemma - Lake Fitness @ No.10

Alastair Jack & Paul Tushingham, Onsite Engineers, Honeywell

Ami Johnson, Day Janitor, NJC

Ian, George & Harvey, Park Landscapers, IPM Facilities

Mark Noakes, Katie Ward & Kemble Nagan – IPM Facilities

Chris Barrs, Principal, Avison Young

Mark Heppelthwaite, Director, NJC

Craig Lamden, Kelly Townswend, Bulb Interiors

Phil George - Nedap Retail

Sam Webb, Mark Moffatt- PSemi

Rachel Tofts, David Bates, Nick Hogg, Stephen Greenslade, Robert Venus - Clearswift

Mark Wilson & William Quinton, Idox Software

Rory Foley, Sid Mehmood, Liam O'Brien, Chris Stewart-Smith - Westcoast Cloud

Josh Pilsbury, David Levers, Anna Roberts- Doyle and Leanne Haas, Kelly Thurston- Friends of ABP

The mission involves teams taking on the cycle challenge on static spin bikes and racing to the finish line in 31-days or less. Our bikes will be located at our central London office in St Christopher’s Place, W1 and at APAM managed Arlington Business Park, Theale, near Reading. We would like to invite, friends, clients, partners and contacts to take part and help us to complete our combined ambitious target or, even better, to race us to finish line!

We’re proud to support Save the Children during their centennial year. The charity works tirelessly assisting children all over the world who live in some of the most challenging situations.

Save the Children is treating sick and injured children through 167 fixed health centres and 23 hospitals across the country, spanning the majority of the country’s governorates affected by the conflict.

Valuing the important part that businesses can play in supporting communities around the world, we understand that working together to promote engagement will have a greater impact.


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