Richard Moon of our Personal Injury raises £550 the Cambridgeshire branch of Headway

Richard Moon of our Personal Injury team has cycled 100 miles and in the process raised £550 for the Cambridgeshire branch of Headway, the brain injury association.

He took part in the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100, in which 24,000 cyclists set off from the London Olympic Park, following the route of the Olympic road race.

Richard said, “It was an amazing day and the crowds that turned out to watch really helped us on our way.  100 miles is the furthest I’ve ever ridden on one day, and things like Box Hill don’t really feature when you do most of your riding around Peterborough.

“But Headway is a great cause.  I have done a number of cases for people with brain injuries in the past, and I’ve seen what a difference Headway can make in helping to support brain injury survivors to make as full a recovery as possible.”

Headway Cambridgeshire have recently moved their Peterborough hub to new premises at Thorpe Hall.  More information about the work Headway do in the local area can be found on their website, www.headway-cambs.org.uk

There is still time to sponsor Richard for his ride, please visit his JustGiving page, www.justgiving.com/richards-ride-london

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