Thanks for visiting the S and G team page. Here you'll find a list of the riders signed up so far! We're aiming for the big 100 and to make it easy, we're sharing a fundraising page.
Riders so far: Alicia Thompson, Paul Kitson, Henry Kitson, Oliver Jeffcott, Martin Porter QC, John Flynn, Malcolm Hingle, Jessica Standley, Rose Inglis, Ken Lindsay, Nick Black, Shahram Sharghy, Dan Lawson, Nicholas Hagi-Savva, Ali Thompson, Chris Thompson, Bill Mackie.
We hope to also be joined by London's Air Ambulance CEO, Graham Hodgkin
Thank you for supporting the third Slater & Gordon Cycle Challenge which will see a number of colleagues, past clients, friends, family and professional partners come together to take on the London to Windsor Charity Ride.
Every year we help a number of individuals that have suffered significant and life changing injuries, along their pathway to the best possible recovery. We recognise that for many of our most seriously injured clients, an invaluable role is played by the Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS) in providing life saving treatment at the scene.
This year we recognise the significant support provided by the London's Air Ambulance, the HEMS for the Greater London area. London's Air Ambulance is a charitabe service and is not Government funded like many other life saving services. Without their dedication to fundraise in order to continue to provide both a day time air service and night time rapid response service, people would not benefit from this early access to life saving treatment. Without this service, a person's outcome could be significantly different.
If you would like to join the team riding in support of London's Air Ambulance, please contact Alicia Thompson at Alicia.Thompson@slatergordon.co.uk
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