Greenhouse & Tennis Foundation Cycle Challenge
If you fancy cycling from Roland Garros to Wimbledon between 19th-22nd June for charity, then read on.
Roland Garros to Wimbledon is a four day challenge running between 19th – 22nd June 2014, with three days spent peddling 100 miles each day. Starting at the iconic Roland Garros stadium you will journey through Paris, before returning back to England. Once back on English soil you will finish the event at Wimbledon the home of British tennis. The ride is being organised by challenge specialists Discover Adventure. Sign-up by 30th April – there are 16 places left to fill!
This is all in support of the Tennis Foundation who are teaming up with Greenhouse. The Tennis Foundation, Great Britain’s leading tennis charity, has been working in partnership with Greenhouse over the past two years and currently supports two tennis programmes in East London schools: St Paul’s Way Trust School, Tower Hamlets and Cumberland School, Newham.
All funds raised by the Cycle Challenge will go towards expanding the number of schools Greenhouse can support in London. They’ve seen first-hand the impact these programmes have on the young people at St Paul’s Way and Cumberland – not just on their tennis skills but their social, thinking, emotional and physical skills too – in some of London’s most disadvantaged communities.
To sign up, or for more information on the Cycle Challenge, please visit: www.greenhousecharity.org/events or contact Paul Williams from the Tennis Foundation – D: 020 8487 7146 M: 07958 302 610