Center Parcs Directors pedal their way to reach £500,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospitale
Marking the end of its three year partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity, six Center Parcs Directors are saddling up for one last challenge - cycling 120 miles on 23 and 24 April.
Center Parcs CEO Martin Dalby, Chairman Martin Robinson and fellow Directors Colin Whaley, Judi Leavor, Paul Inglett and Paul Kent, will take to the country roads over two days cycling from Center Parcs Head Office in Nottinghamshire to the new site at Woburn Forest in Bedfordshire.
With the help of its generous guests and staff, so far Center Parcs has raised over £457,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity with all money raised going towards the Beds for Bedz appeal, funding accommodation to help keep families together during their time at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Helping to reach Center Parcs’ target of £500,000 for the charity, the Directors set out with a goal to raise £20,000 towards the total which they’ve already exceeded with almost 300 donations made by guests, colleagues, suppliers and friends.
Martin Dalby, CEO Center Parcs said: “Our staff and guest have done an exceptional job at raising so much already for this excellent cause and we’re thrilled to be able to get involved in one last challenge to mark the end of our time together.