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Cycling the 2018 Etape Caledonia to raise funds for The Burne Rooms, RMHC.

We are riding in this years Etape Caledonia for Ronald McDonald House Charities because We want to raise funds for the Steve Burne Rooms!

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  • Team members: Tony Poole, Daniel Burne, Ian Johnson, Stuart Sinclair, Simon Turner, Geoff Barnett, Nicola Kinsella, Joel Kinsella, Dominic Kinsella, Simon Brindle, David Bushell, Ed Pantling, Richard Wright, Russ Moores, Andrew Ashworth & Peter Bowen.
  • Event: Etape Caledonia 2018, 20 May 2018
  • Team: Team Page...Steve Burne Rooms, Ronald McDonald House, Manchester

Ronald McDonald House Charities

We provide free accommodation for families to keep them close to their sick child

Charity Registration No. England and Wales (802047) and in Scotland (SC0407

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We are taking part in this years Etape Caledonia for an amazing cause, raising money for Ronald McDonald House Manchester - Specifically for the 'Steve Burne Rooms'

Steve is a long time supporter of the RMHC charity and now with the help of his friends and family he is aiming to raise £250,000 to refurbish three living areas in the Manchester House. These areas would become larger family rooms. They will each have two separate sleeping areas that could accommodate up to six people, an en suite bathroom and a small informal living space. The rooms will be for our longer stay families, or families of five or more people.

If you haven't already please visit the following link to find out more about Steve, his unfortunate terminal diagnosis & more details on why he is looking to raise this money.

www.justgiving.com/companyteams/steveburnerooms

Etape Caledonia, what is it? No it's not some type of pasta dish - it is a 81 mile technical and challenging cycle through the heart of the highlands consisting of rolling hills, and forest-lined roads around Loch Rannoch, Loch Tummel, combined with the demanding, twisting climb of Mt Schiehallion (1,083m).

Given the average age of the group, I can guarantee it wont be easy..  

If you are donating, we really appreciate the support & no amount is too small as it all goes to such an amazing cause.

Thank you.

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