I'm taking part in Nightrider 2019 to raise funds for Buckinghamshire Disability Services (BuDS).  This year there are 4 cities to cycle at night - London, Glasgow, Bristol and Liverpool, so I'll be cycling the 100km route for each of them.  I'm also cycling Fort Augustus to Inverness and back along Loch Ness, to make my overall challenge 500km.  I've taken part in Nightrider events before, so I know what to expect and I've been training hard.  As an active BuDS volunteer, and part of the BuDS IT team, I get to experience first hand the difference BuDS makes to disabled people by fixing the big issues facing them in Buckinghamshire and beyond.  For a local charity with a small team of dedicated volunteers, BuDS makes a big impact.  Local charities need as much support as they can get, so this is why I am proud to be supporting BuDS again in Nightrider 2019.  Please help me reach my fundraising target.  Thank you. 

UPDATE:  DONE IT!  All rides completed including my bonus Loch Ness ride.  500km in total.  Thank you so much for the incredible support I've received from everyone so far, I'm now hoping to raise £1000 for BuDS.


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£1,163.12 raised of £1,000.00 target by 39 supporters

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Buckinghamshire Disability Services (BuDS) Buckinghamshire Disability Services (BuDS)

Operating primarily in Bucks, BuDS is a pan-disability completely voluntary charity run for and by disabled people. This gives us unique insight and knowledge and our team include highly experienced experts and professionals. Our volunteers enjoy themselves, learn new skills and make a real difference. We are a successful, dynamic and influential charity. We focus on fixing the big issues facing the 40,000 disabled people in Bucks by finding practical and affordable solutions to permanently remove barriers and find answers. As a social model charity, we believe that barriers such as bad attitudes, lack of information, the design of structures and places and how services work disable people, not their medical condition or impairment. BuDS values its independence and does not accept core funding from any council or government body. We rely completely on fundraising, donations and grants.

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