Putting our region's cancer needs first

North West Cancer Research and Brown Turner Ross join forces to support local cancer research

North West Cancer Research is delighted to announce that local law firm, Brown Turner Ross will once again sponsor their annual Cycle of Hope.

Cycle of Hope participants and BTR Team in 2021

The event, which will take place on 11th June 2023, will start and finish at Southport Rugby Club and will offer participants either a gentle 60km route or a more challenging 60 mile course.

Best suited for beginners and people who want a more leisurely ride, the 60km route will cross canals, travel along winding country roads and see the sights from Parbold Hill. The longer 60-mile route is perfect for more experienced cyclists and will take in the stunning landscapes at Rivington Pike as well as exploring picturesque Lancashire villages.

Returning cyclists will each collect a finishers’ medal and along with their friends and families will be able to enjoy a BBQ, live music and activities for children at Southport Rugby Club.

All money raised from the challenge will support life-saving cancer research and education projects in the North West.

Law firm Brown Turner Ross operate from offices in Liverpool and Southport. They were established back in 1884 and today offer a comprehensive range of legal services to individuals & business clients.

Sam Bushell, Director of Brown Turner Ross, said: “We’re delighted to once again be sponsoring Cycle of Hope. It is a fantastic event to be a part of and we are proud to support North West Cancer Research and its mission of a cancer-free future for the region.

Alastair Richards, CEO North West Cancer Research said: “On behalf of the Charity, I would like to say a huge thank you to the team at Brown Turner Ross for their continued support for Cycle of Hope. We’re now calling on cyclists from across the region to join us as we raise vital funds for life-saving research.”

North West Cancer Research is an independent charity dedicated to putting the region’s cancer needs first by funding pioneering research and education to tackle the cause, improve the care and find the cure for cancer.

Entries for the year’s Cycle of Hope are now open and cost just £20 per person to enter, with a minimum fundraising requirement of £30. All participants will receive a medal.

For more information visit: nwcr.org/cycle or call 0151 709 2919

To get more information, you can also contact [email protected].

For further information about Brown Turner Ross visit https://www.brownturnerross.com/.

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