A couple are embarking on a gruelling cycling challenge across six countries in just four days to help raise thousands of pounds for the Children’s Adventure Farm Trust near Lymm.
Gary and Amanda Pemberton, who own Belvoir Sales & Letting Agents in Warrington town centre are supporting the fantastic work CAFT do in supporting terminally ill, disabled & disadvantaged children in the North West.
They will be doing an epic six countries over four days through Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Germany and France, covering 475 km and over 5,800m of them climbing. The couple embark on a charity each year and Gary said: “This will be our hardest ride to date by a significant mark and will really challenge us.
“Thank you for whatever you are able to donate. Every penny really does help make a difference.”
Starting in Italy in Bergamo nr. Milan and then crossing the Alps near Lake Como, over Passo dello Spluga into Switzerland, through Rheinwald (where Heidi was filmed), into Liechtenstein, then Austria, returning to Switzerland along the Lake Constance, then into Germany’s Black Forest, finishing in Saint-Louise in France.
The couple have already raised over £3,500 and donations can be made online by CLICKING HERE