Two Farebrother teams are competing to see which one can cycle 110 miles in the fastest time. In total the teams will cycle 220 miles in one day marking the 220th anniversary of the firm.
The static bike challenge will take place at Farebrother’s offices on Friday 19th July where teams led by Ben Fisher and Jack Williamson will pitch against each other in this high-octane challenge.
Farebrother has chosen LandAid as our charity to support during the celebration of our 220th anniversary as an independent real estate practice.
LandAid’s mission is to end youth homelessness in the UK. In 2018, over 80,000 young people experienced homelessness, that is the equivalent of 4 children in every school in the UK. The biggest cause of youth homelessness is family breakdown and nearly half of everyone living in accommodation services for people who are homeless is under 25. These are shocking statistics and something that we are passionate about changing.