Challenges for charity

The Prudential Ride London – Surrey 100 2014

In August 2014 Paul Watson, one of our team members, participated in the 100 mile cycling marathon around London and Surrey raising nearly £1,000 for a charity called ‘Phabkids’. This charity encourages and supports disabled children and adults to live life with greater freedom and independence, and for more integration with their non-disabled counterparts.

The ride was tough, with the typical British weather adding to the challenge. The rain was so bad at one point that the race was stopped and Paul and several thousand others were left standing in Richmond Park for over half an hour as the route ahead had flooded. After a quick swim he was back on the road towards a sunnier Surrey.

Thank you so much to everyone who sponsored Paul for this event, it means a great deal to him, to us and to Paul’s chosen charity

Follow the link below to see some photos of the challenge:

The Prudential Ride London – Surrey 2014 Photos accountant

Passman Leonard 3 Peaks Challenge 2013

In July 2013, some of the Passman Leonard team and their clients and friends participated in Passman Leonard’s first Challenge for Charity, the 3 Peaks Challenge 2013. This event involved climbing the 3 highest mountains in the UK, covering a total of 27 miles in distance, and climbing a total of nearly 10,000 feet, all within a 24 hour period including all the driving.

Thank you to everyone who took part and to everyone who donated to one of our chosen charities. The event was a great success, raising over £4,600 for good causes.

The 3 Peaks Challenge proved to be tougher than any of us who took part expected. We had a few delays with the minibus which put extra pressure on us during the climbs. The weather was typically ‘British’, particularly on Scafell Pike and at the summits, which helped make the event even more mentally and physically challenging.

The 24 hour deadline proved to be very tight. Congratulations to Dan Watts, Adrian Benson, Jamie MacKenzie and Paul Watson for all achieving it (some with only a few minutes to spare!). And well done to everyone else for their achievements and their contributions to making it a very rewarding event.

Follow the link below to see some photos of the challenge:

3 Peaks Challenge 2013 Photos

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