Naomi House/Jacksplace, hospices for children and young adults and just down the road from Whitchurch, is one of the most worthy charities in the area. And you can support them this August with a challenge. Why not give it a go?
Cycle 105 miles your way – over a day, a weekend, a week or across the whole month of August. Start at any time – its your choice..
This is a challenge for cyclists everywhere; rides of all types will count towards your total!
You can take on the challenge alone, with your family & friends or colleagues, the choice is yours! Track and share your progress using a fitness app to keep an eye on your mileage or just log it yourself.
Take part in Pedal 4 Play and make your miles count!
Opportunity to visit Historic Hampshire Churches throughout the area.
On Ride & Stride day whether you are on your own or with a group, or with your family and friends this is a wonderful opportunity to explore unique and unusual historic churches.
At the present time both All Hallows and the Baptist Church are listed as two of the participants in Whitchurch. Many in the local villages and countryside are also taking part and the event is based on visiting as many as you wish.
You will see beautiful countryside while being able to get some exercise travelling between the churches whether you are on foot or on a bike at the same time as raising money for church restorations.
Ride and Stride happens only once a year on the second Saturday in September. This year it will be on 11th September 2021.
It gives you the opportunity to go inside as many churches as possible, chat with church representatives and learn more about the history and heritage of each individual church.
The sponsorship money you raise will be used for repairs and restoration to the churches and chapels of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight for you and the next generation to enjoy. Here is the Cycling Page: RIDE & STRIDE CYCLING
Details of the Pedal With Alice 2021 event have been announced. It is to be held at Thruxton on Sunday 12th September, 11.00am – 3.00pm Alice was a wonderful young lady who’s life changed in 2013, when after feeling unwell diagnosis led to being a rare cancer, and after a series of intensive chemotherapy treatments and operations, the cancer spread and Alice wrote her bucket list.
Amazing Alice’s charity mission is to help other families of children who have been treated on the Southampton’s paediatric oncology unit create long lasting memories. Our mission is to provide special times for families doing the things their children enjoy doing.