The Treehouse Project has been set up to provide access to fresh air and and beautiful woodland for severely disabled residents of the Holy Cross Hospital, who cannot get outside without the aid of a wheelchair. I'm taking part in a 125km cycling event starting from Rayment Cycles Brighton, to try and help raise some funds for the project.
My connection is through being acquainted with one of the residents of the hospital who, like me, is married with two young children. He was involved in a terrible accident whilst cycling and suffered severe brain injuries as a result, leading to his residency at the Holy Cross Hospital. This has profoundly changed his own life and that of his young family and it could have happened to anyone in a similar situation. I'm sure the project will improve the quality of his life and the visits that his family make so any contributions towards the total required will be put to great use and much appreciated.