Jeremy Ford embarks on Day 4 of the Deloitte Ride Across Britain



Jeremy Ford continues his cycling mission to complete the Deloitte Ride Across Britain 2015 challenge to raise funds for The Frenkel Topping Charitable Fund.

Today (8 September) will see Jeremy cycle from Ludlow to Haydock, a total of 111 miles.  Over the past three days he has travelled from Land’s End to Okehampton, Okehampton to Bath and Bath to Ludlow.  This has been strenuous, hilly and extremely challenging cycle for him but the support via social media has been a great boost to him. He has managed to take photos on the way so be sure to follow him on Twitter and Instagram (@jeremyjjford) to get the latest updates on his journey.

Unfortunately the Just Giving page isn’t active yet for donations to show your support.  However, if you wish to support Jeremy and the Frenkel Topping Charitable Trust please do so in the following ways:

1. By Cheque: Please make donations payable to the: Frenkel Topping Charitable Foundation

and send them to: Elaine Cullen-Grant, Frenkel Topping, 4th Floor, Statham House, Talbot Road, Old Trafford, Manchester M32 0FP.

2. By BACS:

Please email Emma Waddingham if you wish to donate via BACS.

Please do send us a note to say who has donated if you wish.

Follow us on Twitter for daily updates on his progress.

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