Divas on Wheels are back!
Posted on 18 May 2016
This Pilgrims Hospices fundraising ride has it all: strength in numbers for female riders, a ride through the beautiful Kent countryside with all funds going to local hospice care.
Pilgrims Hospices Divas on Wheels ladies only cycle ride will be held on Sunday 12 June. Setting out from Freewheel Cycling Café and Pub, in Graveney near Faversham, women can choose to ride either a 25-mile or 50 mile route through the countryside.
We have amazing support from dozens of experienced riders, our very own Bike Heroes for the day leading small groups or offering roadside repairs and assistance to anybody who needs it.
We really excited it’s back this year.
Pilgrims Community Fundraising Manager, Deborah Kellond, explains: “We had a lot of positive feedback after the last Divas on Wheels event in 2014, so we are really excited it’s back this year.
“We are extremely fortunate to have the support of our wonderful sponsors which means every £1 in sponsorship raised will go to provide hospice care for those who need our services the most.”
It’s a supported ride with a choice of a 25 or 50-mile routes to choose from and motivation and mobile maintenance from our “Bike Heroes”. There will be a lively atmosphere in the Divas Village upon your return to the Freewheel Cycle Café with post ride pampering with Bodywell, music from Jazz Omnibus, a bbq and homemade cakes and a well-deserved medal.
Please share this lovely event with your friends, we want to encourage as many ladies to join up and help us raise money for Pilgrims Hospices care in east Kent.
Find out more about our brilliant ladies event and how to register here Divas on Wheels.
Take advantage of early registration £25 per person before 5 June. (£35 per person on the day.)
You must be 11 years or over to take part. If you are under 18, a parental consent form must be completed and brought with you on the day. An adult must accompany under-18s.
Each year Pilgrims Hospices gives care and comfort to over 2,300 patients in east Kent. Care is provided from three hospice sites in Ashford, Canterbury and Margate as well as in the community and patients own homes. The service is dedicated to ensuring that local people living with terminal illness are able to access the extraordinary care and comfort they require when they need it.