Red Watch from Wimbledon Fire Station are cycling over 200 miles from their London Station to The Legacy Rainbow House in Eccleston, Lancashire to raise funds for the charity on behalf of Neave's Fund.
Neave Evans is a one year old with four limb cerebral palsy from Great Harwood, Blackburn. She attends conductive therapy at The Legacy Rainbow House once a week to give her specialist care to teach her, through hard work, to fulfill her potential.
With the motto "putting the ability in disability" the Conductive Education aims to teach Neave and her friends life enhancing techniques through education, recreation and sports.
The 200 plus mile cycle will be undertaken by up to 10 of the firemen from Red Watch starting on Thursday October 10th and finishing in Eccleston on Saturday October 12th.
Please donate what you can and if you can make it to Eccleston to cheer them in on October the 12th please come along
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