The London To Leeds Masonic Cycle
On July 2nd 2017, seven Masonic cyclists, from several lodges within West Yorkshire, are raising funds for West Riding Masonic Charities Limited and Breast Cancer Haven. The group are planning to cycle from Grand Lodge in London to Castle Grove Masonic Hall in Leeds, within 24 hours.
Nigel Ziff, the organiser and one of the cyclists said: “We have secured sponsorship from several local businesses, whose generous contributions have ensured all costs have been covered.
“We will be supported with a van, two support drivers and plenty of drinks, energy gels and chamois cream. We are planning to complete the 210 mile journey in around 14 hours, and hoping some additional cyclists will join us on the last 40 mile section from Doncaster. Details of the route will be posted on the L2L facebook page a few weeks before the ride.
“All funds raised will be divided between West Riding Masonic Charities Limited and Breast Cancer Haven. West Riding Masonic Charities Limited assists the wider community with grants for community projects, and supports Freemasons and their dependents when in need. Breast Cancer Haven offers free emotional support, help and practical advice to anyone affected by breast cancer from its network of centres.
“All donations will be gratefully received.”
Direct donations can be made as follows:
Please make cheques payable to “L2L Charity” and send to Mr N.J.Ziff, 34 West Court, West Avenue, Roundhay, Leeds LS8 2JP
Ref: [your name]
A/C name: L2L Charity
Account number: 33889325
Sort code: 56-00-54
You can also use the sponsorship form, downloadable below, to help raise further donations. Completed sponsorship forms should be sent to the same address as listed above for cheque donations.
For further information and regular updates please visit the L2L Facebook page at www.facebook.com/London2LeedsCycle.
If you would like to join in the ride for the final leg from Doncaster to Castle Grove Masonic Hall, Leeds, please contact Nigel Ziff at L2LCharity@gmail.com
Posted in Charity News on May 17th, 2017 by Robin Misra