Support Jeremy Ford as he continues on the Deloitte Ride across Britain challenge in aid of the Frenkel Topping Charitable Foundation

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10/09/2015

Jeremy continues with his challenge to complete the Deloitte Ride across Britain to raise funds for the Frenkel Topping Charitable Foundation and you can show your support by sponsoring him here.

So far he has cycled from Land’s End to Scotland and by the end of today (11 September) he will have arrived in Fort William for an overnight stay before embarking on the last leg of the challenge which will see him arrive in John O’Groats on Sunday 13 September.

Today’s leg of the challenge is the longest cycle in one day that Jeremy has done so far covering over 130 miles of hilly terrain to reach Fort William.  Please show your support via donations, Twitter and Instagram (@jeremyjjford) to help keep Jeremy going on this incredibly difficult day.  Your tweets and comments so far have really spurred him on as he pedals the length of England and Scotland.

The Frenkel Topping Charitable Foundation was launched in March 2015 to support projects for vulnerable and disabled individuals and their families/carers across England and Wales. For more information on this charity click here.

Support Jeremy Ford as he continues on the Deloitte Ride across Britain challenge in aid of the Frenkel Topping Charitable Foundation

 

Jeremy continues with his challenge to complete the Deloitte Ride across Britain to raise funds for the Frenkel Topping Charitable Foundation and you can show your support by sponsoring him here.

 

So far he has cycled from Land’s End to Scotland and by the end of today (11 September) he will have arrived in Fort William for an overnight stay before embarking on the last leg of the challenge which will see him arrive in John O’Groats on Sunday 13 September.

 

Today’s leg of the challenge is the longest cycle in one day that Jeremy has done so far covering over 130 miles of hilly terrain to reach Fort William.  Please show your support via donations, Twitter and Instagram (@jeremyjjford) to help keep Jeremy going on this incredibly difficult day.  Your tweets and comments so far have really spurred him on as he pedals the length of England and Scotland.

 

The Frenkel Topping Charitable Foundation was launched in March 2015 to support projects for vulnerable and disabled individuals and their families/carers across England and Wales. For more information on this charity click here.

Support Jeremy Ford as he continues on the Deloitte Ride across Britain challenge in aid of the Frenkel Topping Charitable Foundation

 

Jeremy continues with his challenge to complete the Deloitte Ride across Britain to raise funds for the Frenkel Topping Charitable Foundation and you can show your support by sponsoring him here.

 

So far he has cycled from Land’s End to Scotland and by the end of today (11 September) he will have arrived in Fort William for an overnight stay before embarking on the last leg of the challenge which will see him arrive in John O’Groats on Sunday 13 September.

 

Today’s leg of the challenge is the longest cycle in one day that Jeremy has done so far covering over 130 miles of hilly terrain to reach Fort William.  Please show your support via donations, Twitter and Instagram (@jeremyjjford) to help keep Jeremy going on this incredibly difficult day.  Your tweets and comments so far have really spurred him on as he pedals the length of England and Scotland.

 

The Frenkel Topping Charitable Foundation was launched in March 2015 to support projects for vulnerable and disabled individuals and their families/carers across England and Wales. For more information on this charity click here.

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