WfW’s Director is taking on the O2 climb!

On Tuesday 13th July, Wheels for Wellbeing’s very own Director, Isabelle Clement, will be climbing the O2 in Greenwich, London.

This opportunity follows on from Isabelle’s friend deciding to check out the accessibility of the ‘Up at the O2’ experience – with only one way to find out: to actually climb it! There may have been some reluctance at first, given Isabelle’s not got a head for heights, but after a little convincing she decided to sign up.

With only a few weeks left to go, Isabelle will be committing to the challenge in the name of Wheels for Wellbeing (of course!). If you would like to show your support for Isabelle’s climb and the charity’s efforts in helping Disabled people get active, please consider donating today!

Link to Virgin Money Giving page: https://virginmoneygiving.com/fund/wfw-o2-climb

Wheels for Wellbeing empowers Disabled people to transform their physical and emotional wellbeing through the provision of cycling. We host inclusive cycling sessions across 3 venues, including at Herne Hill Velodrome, and are also the recognised voice of Disabled cyclists nationally. Due to COVID-19, we have adapted our various services to meet the rising needs of our beneficiaries – you can learn more here.

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