Nigel Hallett, MD of cooling system manufacturer IsoCool, would like to thank everyone who kindly sponsored him to cycle the 50km Farleigh Hospice bike ride on 13th September and the gruelling 98km London to Southend bike ride in July, on behalf of Little Havens Children’s Hospice.
Nigel’s sporting efforts have so far raised £1,400 for Little Havens this year, and he hopes to do more next year (assuming his legs don’t pack out!). He explained:
“Little Havens Children’s Hospice is one of my local charities and an extremely worthy cause. Everyone has been so supportive and I wouldn’t have had as much determination to complete these rides without the generosity of my friends, family, and colleagues. I’m looking forward to my next fundraising adventure!”
Little Havens Community Fundraiser for Chelmsford, Vicky Beckinsale, commented:
“The various bike rides and challenges that our supporters take part in are vital for raising funds for Little Havens and other local charities alike. A big thank you goes out to Nigel whose £1,400 is a great contribution to the £2.3 million it costs to keep Little Havens open each year. ”
You can see how well Nigel is doing on his various exploits by visiting http://www.justgiving.com/nigelhallett where you can still make donations!
Based in Essex, Little Havens Children’s Hospice provides respite breaks, symptom control and end-of-life care for youngsters living with serious conditions and who are not expected to reach adulthood. It aims to make their journey – and that of the family – as comfortable as possible. To get involved call 01702 220350 or visit www.littlehavens.org.uk.