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Help for Heroes
Reading Room is gearing up for a charity extravaganza this summer in support of UK charity Help for Heroes and is hoping to raise over £2,500 in support of the men and women of Great Britain’s Armed Forces who have been wounded in service since 9/11.
On Saturday, 7 July, Reading Room Asia’s Senior Manager and experienced cyclist, Mark Kelly will be taking part in La Marmotte, an annual-one day cyclosportive event in France. Considered one of the toughest mass-timed cycling events in Europe, the route is 174km long and features more than 5180 metres of climbing, providing cyclists with the opportunity to ride the terrain of pros.
Catch up with Mark's progress by visiting his blog page: www.rroom.me/mkblog
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About Help for Heroes
Help for Heroes offers comprehensive support to those who have suffered life-changing injuries and illnesses whilst serving our country. This is provided through grants to individuals, other Service charities, capital build projects and our four Recovery Centres across the UK, in Catterick, Colchester, Tidworth and Plymouth. These will offer support for life. The money raised by the hugely generous public has been used to support our wounded, but there is still so much more to do. Soldiers, sailors and airmen who are injured today will still need our support tomorrow and in the days that follow, for the rest of their lives. They are still battling and we won't let them battle alone.
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