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As a company, we believe passionately in giving something back to the community, and our staff regularly take part in charity events.

This year the team at Jones Sheridan are taking on two exciting challenges for charity, and we’d like to call on your support to raise as much money as possible.

Challenge One – Foundation Ride

This challenge takes place on Sunday 8th May. Our Managing Director, David, alongside several other members of the team will be cycling a range of distances; from 25km up to 100km in aid of raising money for the Up and Under Foundation. We managed to pursuade David to participate in the 100km ride – so we hope he’s in training for this!

The Up and Under Foundation is a great local charity which aims to ensure that wherever possible financial restraints do not prevent young people from experiencing all that the great outdoors can offer to broaden and enrich their life experiences, with a particular emphasis on adventure and sporting activity.

Challenge Two – Pretty Muddy

This challenge takes place on Saturday 25th June at Tatton Park. 15 of the ladies will be taking part in the 5k ‘Pretty Muddy’ run. The ‘Pretty Muddy’ run is one of the many Cancer Research UKs ‘Race for Life’ events which are a series of women-only events raising money for research into all 200 types of cancer. ‘Pretty Muddy’ is a muddy obstacle course where the ladies will have to climb over, crawl under, and charge through to “show cancer that hell hath no fury like a woman in pink”!

We’re mindful that we call upon you from time-to-time to ask you to sponsor us for our charity activities, and we can’t stress enough how much we appreciate your support. Should you wish to sponsor us for either of these events, you can do this by going to the charity pages which are linked below:

Click here to sponsor the Foundation Rides in aid of the Up and Under Foundation

Click here to sponsor the ‘Pretty Muddy’ 5k Run in aid of Cancer Research UK

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