Annual cycle event will zoom through SW19 on July 31
STEM4, a Wimbledon-based mental health and education charity, is offering guaranteed places in Prudential Ride London 2016.
This year’s event, which celebrates the legacy for cycling created by the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, will take place on Sunday July 31.
The ride, which starts in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, will follow a 100 mile route on closed roads through the capital and into the Surrey countryside, returning through Wimbledon before finishing in the Mall, in Central London.
Applicants (minimum age 18) who would be able to complete the ride in nine hours or less, can secure, through STEM4, a guaranteed place for a single payment of £10 together with an agreed commitment to raise a minimum of £675 for the charity.
Places are limited, so email email@example.com to book your place or call Heather Bechman on 07940 514 315 for further details and an application form.
STEM4, based in Pelham Road, aims to promote the early identification of teenage mental health problems, in particular eating disorders, addiction, self-harm, anxiety and depression.
Information is provided through the STEM4 website, school workshops and inter school conferences which are offered by qualified mental health and education professionals to students, their families and teachers.
Last year STEM4 launched 'Calm Harm' – a smart phone app for self-harm - and in 2016, amongst other new projects, is planning the development of additional smart phone apps.
February 15, 2016