New funding from City Bridge Trust!

We are thrilled to have been awarded a 5-year grant from City Bridge Trust (the funding arm of the City of London Corporation’s charity Bridge House Estates). The grant will contribute towards the cost of sustaining our existing multi-weekly inclusive cycling activities, and will also fund a part-time Community Engagement Officer post. With the help of this funding, we will be able to bring the joy of cycling to even more Disabled and older people in south London!

Our session participants and their supporters tell us how much they love not only the cycling and the buzz it gives them, but also the friendly community we offer, where no one is judged and everyone is supportive of each other. A little bit of magic, which thanks to City Bridge Trust we will be able to continue growing over the next 5 years!

You can read City Bridge Trust’s press release here.

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