Over the next three days a team of Morson cyclists will traverse 252 miles, cycling from London to Paris in aid of charities, The David Lewis Centre and The Factory Youth Centre. Starting their adventure from Morson’s London office in Southwark, the cyclists will have to tackle the infamous traffic of both capital cities to arrive safely at their destination.
The Factory Youth Zone is a safe, attractive, accessible and affordable youth facility, providing the widest possible range of exciting, positive activities and opportunities for local young people. It’s available to all young people aged 8 to 21 years and focuses on the engagement of those who are vulnerable, disadvantaged or otherwise ‘hard-to-reach’.
The David Lewis Centre provides exceptional education, therapy, support and life skill development to individuals with epilepsy, autism and complex learning disabilities. Based in Cheshire, David Lewis’ expertise isn’t exclusive to the North West. It’s sought by and available to people across the UK.
If you would like to donate in support of Morson’s fearless cyclists, and for the two Morson 2013 charities, then please visit www.justgiving.com/MorsonLondontoParis2013