Bluebird Care team complete 35 mile cycle ride for charity!

On Sunday June 3rd a number of our staff completed the 35 mile 3 Counties Cycle ride, an annual event organised by the Rotary Club of Bracknell since 1983. The cycle route passes through 3 counties, Berks, Bucks and Oxfordshire and this year raised money for Thames valley Air Ambulance, Marie Curie, Breakthrough Learning and Bracknell Night Shelter.The weather was fine and our team of cyclists all completed the course without incident to receive their medals and certificates. Bluebird Care Operations Director, Cindy Inglis, who took part in the event, commented: ‘It was challenging route, but the atmosphere was fabulous and it was all in support of very worthwhile causes, and we all made it in the end!’

22/05/2019

On Sunday June 3rd a number of our staff completed the 35 mile 3 Counties Cycle ride, an annual event organised by the Rotary Club of Bracknell since 1983. The cycle route passes through 3 counties, Berks, Bucks and Oxfordshire and this year raised money for Thames valley Air Ambulance, Marie Curie, Breakthrough Learning and Bracknell Night Shelter.The weather was fine and our team of cyclists all completed the course without incident to receive their medals and certificates. Bluebird Care Operations Director, Cindy Inglis, who took part in the event, commented: ‘It was challenging route, but the atmosphere was fabulous and it was all in support of very worthwhile causes, and we all made it in the end!’

On Sunday June 3rd a number of our staff completed the 35 mile 3 Counties Cycle ride, an annual event organised by the Rotary Club of Bracknell since 1983. The cycle route passes through 3 counties, Berks, Bucks and Oxfordshire and this year raised money for Thames valley Air Ambulance, Marie Curie, Breakthrough Learning and Bracknell Night Shelter.

The weather was fine and our team of cyclists all completed the course without incident to receive their medals and certificates. Bluebird Care Operations Director, Cindy Inglis, who took part in the event, commented: ‘It was challenging route, but the atmosphere was fabulous and it was all in support of very worthwhile causes, and we all made it in the end!’