Great to be able to talk to various leaders at the Woodland Trust including CEO Darren Moorcroft, Director of Woodland Creation John Tucker, and Urban Programme Leader Joe Coles, along with David Rose, Chairman of Farmeco, about the incredible work this organisation has been doing since 1972. See the youtube video Full episode airing from November 27th.
Boardman, Wiggins, Froome……….Hosegood / Hollamby
Anderson Design & Build, courtesy of Sean Emmett, invited the in-form team pursuit riders Sharon Hosegood and Noel Durdant-Hollamby (catering and Team SHA ‘Domestique‘ ) on their 2015 charity bike ride, in aid of the National Autistic Society, taking place in and around Chelmsford on the 13th June.Having checked this year’s sporting calendar, I can confirm that this doesn’t clash with any other sporting event.
After great success in 2014, where the total raised exceeded £33,000, Sharon, at least, looks in good shape after successfully navigating the choppy waters of business, (Oh, such is the lot of the fledgling company start-up dare-devils these days).
Not to be accused of a lack of interest though, Noel, the company chef, was yesterday snapped by some unknown paparazzi intent on keeping up with news on the preparations of SHA for the ride :
Notice the price tag; Noel is either being heavily sponsored, or is taking very seriously the likelihood that being beaten by a mother of two over 50 miles on this event simply wouldn’t do. But £1200 per wheel?
We should all be thankful he’s not turning up in the company car……….
And that’s not a ‘given‘ either……..
For more details, visit this pdf Cycle Ride 13th June
I’m off to get some Lycra.