Coast to Coast Cycling Challenge Raises £1,270 for Motor Neurone Charity


Ten colleagues from the Bristol office of property firm, Cushman & Wakefield, have raised over £1,270 for charity.

The colleagues took part in the ‘Coast to Coast’ challenge cycling 100 miles from Ilfracombe to Plymouth to raise funds for The Malcolm Gunter Foundation which supports sufferers of Motor Neurone Disease and their families.

The challenge involved a gruelling route which took 10 hours in total, taking in some of the South West’s most picturesque scenery.

The team, consisting of Freddie Unwin, James Marsh, Chris Hays, James Blundell, Bradley Stone, Seonaid Butler, Oscar Skevington-Postles, George Lynch, Sam Webb and Charles Swanson, was supported by Polly Smart, who met the crew every 15 miles along the way providing much needed fuel AKA cakes, sausage rolls and smiles!

The Challenge was set to mark the first anniversary of Bristol-based property professional, Malcolm Gunter losing his battle with Motor Neurone Disease aged just 52. The Malcolm Gunter Foundation raises funds for research, investment and welfare of those suffering with the disease.

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