From 2018 to date we have been trying to raise funds for a great cause- Children with Cancer UK.
Two Prudential Ride 100s 2018 and 2019 plus this years wing walk and we have managed to raise just over 5k for Children with cancer UK. The money raised will go towards research and help keep families together throughout their child’s treatment, so that more children can ring the end of treatment bell.
Children with cancer UK contacted Chris last week and thanked him and all supporters for the money raised. He said he would pass on their big thank you to everybody who has supported and sponsored him.
Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 starts from 05:45 in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then follows a 100-mile route on closed roads through the capital and into Surrey’s stunning countryside. With leg-testing climbs and a route made famous by the world’s best cyclists at the London 2012 Olympics, it’s a truly spectacular event for all involved. The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 finishes on The Mall in central London.
The week after the ride, Chris will be doing a Wing Walk. Yes that’s right strapped to the wings of a plane whilst in flight, oh my not many would be up for that. The earliest known instance of a wing-walking on a powered aircraft was an experimental flight in England involving a biplane built by Colonel Samuel Franklin Cody in 1911 and it’s still going strong.
But all the training and pain will be worth it to raise funds for this serious cause. Raising money for this worthwhile cause and helping so many children to ring the End of Treatment Bell is our goal. So come on everyone please help us to help these brave children and their families.
All donations are greatly appreciated by all and can be made following our link to
One of MHS Directors is currently in training for the London Ride 100, to raise money for Children with Cancer UK. This will take place on Sunday 29th July 2018. The race starts from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London passing through Chiswell, Kingston Upon Thames, Molesy, Walton on Thames, Weybridge, West Horsley, Newlands Corner, Abinger Hammer, Forest Green, Leith Hill, Wescott, Dorking, Box Hill Village, Leatherhead, Esher, Wimbeldon Village, Putney, with the route then swinging left at Trafalgar Square, with riders streaming under Admiralty Arch before a spectacular finish on The Mall.
His chosen Charity is Children with Cancer UK. This is a Charity that MHS have sponsored for many years and we hope to keep raising as much as we can for this well deserving Charity. They have helped so many children and their families over the years.
Chris got himself roped in to doing the London Ride 100 with a friend who he used to race Triathlons with. He is currently on a diet of salad and Ibuprofen. The salad to try and get him back to his race weight and the tablets to kill the pain in his left knee from eleven operations (That’s what sport does to your body) Training is tough but he is doing very well at the moment. Last night he did 53 miles round trip.
We are asking for any donations possible no matter how big or small, it is for a fantastic cause.
If you simply follow the link below it takes you to the fundraising page, all donations are greatly appreciated.
The Pictures above shows Shaw Lane U16 s on the Ajax Stadium Tour and with their 3rd place trophy.
A massive well done to Shaw Lane U16s who finished third in a football tournament based in Holland over the bank holiday period. The tournament was attended by teams from all around Europe. The standard of the competition was very high , with the eventual winners being MK Dons. Third place and a trophy for Shaw Lane U 16s is a very respectable finish.
The teams Manager called into the office this week, so we could have a sneak close up at their Trophy
Well done from everybody at MHS and good luck for the rest of the season.