Another Successful Clancy Bike Ride for Alzheimer’s!

Article posted on: 17th May 2018

The Clancy Property and Construction Bike Ride returned this May for its third year and an extremely pleasant afternoon was had by all of our 80 riders taking part. The ride was once again in aid of Alzheimer’s Society, for whom we’re pleased to have raised £2,500 so far.

Clancy Consulting and clients completed either a 58-mile cycle ride or a 37-mile ride through Cheshire, the two routes included to cater for a range of abilities. Both routes started at the Frozen Mop in Mobberley with the challenging 58-mile route heading out to The Goyt Valley, with the hill climbs involved being described as ‘brutal’ by more than a few! Both routes had a well-deserved refreshment break at Sutton Hall before heading back on the home leg through the picturesque Cheshire countryside!

We are extremely pleased that the event was once again a huge success with much positive feedback received and money raised for Alzheimer’s Society ahead of Dementia Action Week next week. This is a dreadful disease that has impacted the families of our staff. Also the number of people we have come across with very similar family issues has been staggering, to say the least. It is a very cruel disease that we want to continue to help raise awareness and support for, having raised more than £4,000 last year for the Alzheimer’s Society.

At Clancy we recognise our staff make our business what it is and they will face challenges in their personal life at times across their careers. As an organisation we aim to support them in as many ways as we can and our participation in charity events is just one of the many ways we help our staff.

You can sponsor through Virgin Money Giving, and donations will be quickly processed and passed to the charity. Virgin Money Giving is a not for profit organisation and will claim gift aid on a charity’s behalf where the donor is eligible.

We really appreciate all your support and thank you for any donations made, please click here to access our page.

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