TT24 Charity Cycle from London to Paris

TT24 Charity Cycle from London to Paris

Thursday, 17 October 2019

On the 26 September, a small determined group of like-minded cyclists from Cornerstone and its partners cycled from the Tower of London to the Eiffel Tower in 24 Hours for charity. 

Cyclists from Cornerstone, including amongst others: Louis Petzer, John McClymont, Phil Warren, Jack Price, Colin Barnes, and Mark Heeney the on-tour photographer. They were alongside cyclists from our partners Alan Campbell Engineering Services, Mitie and DAEL who teamed up to attempt the endurance bike ride from the Tower of London to the Eiffel Tower in just twenty-four hours. Cornerstone was proud to sponsor the team and we fully acknowledge the difficulties of the challenge, which was outweighed by the sheer determination to support several worthy causes.

It was decided to join forces and raise money for three charities Cystic Fibrosis, Amber, a young person's homeless charity and Macmillan Cancer Support

The team's target for funding raising was £5,000, with donations online in excess of £6,000, and rising. If you would like to make a donation, the Just Giving page is still active at

Your financial support will be hugely appreciated by all the charities and cyclists who took part.

Thank you

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