Ride Adland raises £22,000 to support adlanders
Ride Adland, NABS’ annual cycling event, has raised £22,000 this year, all of which will go directly to helping the charity fund its vital work.
178 adlanders attended, making up 19 teams who participated in a range of fun challenges for riders of all levels as well as enjoying a BBQ lunch, medals ceremony and post-event drinks. There were a number of cycling challenges held throughout the day, with Clear Channel taking the title of Ultimate Champions.
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The event was put together by NABS’ events team together with committee members Grant Woodthorpe (chair), Mike Hope-Milne, Duncan Tickell, Andy Jones, Aimee McKay, Jeremy Long, John Heather and Richard Kelly.
Ride Adland’s headline sponsor was Mail Metro Media and the creative partner was Hogarth, who created an NFT trophy to award to the overall winners.
This year’s Ride Adland demonstrates the magic that happens when people from across the industry come together to raise funds for NABS. At this critical time, with the cost of living crisis looming large, we’re particularly grateful to all of those who helped to make Ride Adland a success.Sue Todd, CEO, NABS
NABS continues to experience rising demand for its services. Calls relating to mental health have risen by a staggering 128% since last year, while the charity is still reeling from a £1.75m loss in funds since the pandemic.