Local Estate Agents get on their Bikes this Sunday for London to Brighton bike ride in aid of The British Heart Foundation.

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Greenaway Residential Crawley have entered a team of 10 riders into this years London to Brighton bike ride in aid of The British Heart Foundation.

Greenaway Residential Estate Agents based in Crawley has always believed in giving back to the community and after organising and participating in many charitable events over the years the team have decided to step up their efforts in 2011. After recently entering a team into the Haywards Heath Bike Ride to help raise money for Help The Heroes, the team completed the nineteen mile course without any form of training and admittedly were all pretty tired. However wishing to push themselves more they have now entered a team in to the London To Brighton Bike Ride on Sunday 19th June 2011 to raise money for the British Heart Foundation. Having experienced the tiredness of the last event the team have started training towards the fifty four mile event and are under no illusion how tough it will be with a 6am start at Clapham Common. Not short of motivation the team have set their target of raising a minimum of £1500 and would ideally like raise far more this worthwhile cause. Managing Director Darren Greenaway has also pledged to donate £100 for each new Landlord who instructs Greenaway Residential Estate Agents when the property is let before the 19th June 2011.

 

Once the event has been completed the team then changes its focus to raise money for The Greenaway Foundation which raises money to provide Christmas for the residents of Crawley and surrounding villages. The team believe Christmas should be a happy time and we like to try and ease the burden on families that struggle over the festive time by at least providing them with the food for a hearty Christmas Dinner.

Greenaway Residential Estate Agents welcome all donations so please click on the link www.justgiving.com/teams/greenawayresidential

 

 

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