Belmont⊙s donation fund⊙s first responder charity

Showing their support for fellow Solihull business, Wadsworths Solicitors and life saving charity Arrive Alive, Belmont Healthcare have donated £250 towards fundraising efforts that will see the Wadsworth team cycle a stretch of the Tour De France.

From 3pm on Friday 4th February2022 until Saturday 5th February 2022, Wadsworths Solicitors will be taking part in the Solihull Chamber 24-hour Tour De France fundraising event held in Solihull’s Touchwood Shopping Centre.

Teams and individuals will be attempting to cycle the length of Le Tour De France on six stationary bikes. They will be taking it in turns to cycle for no more than one-hour as far as they can in order to reach the goal of 3,365.8km. 

Adam Hutchison, Managing Director at Belmont Healthcare says: “To help Wadsworths take on this challenge and raise money is the least we could do to recognise their commitment, but also support a really valuable and much needed live saving charity.”

Michael Wadsworth, Victoria Wadsworth and Imogen Harris will be representing Wadsworths Solicitors in this challenge, cycling in the 10am slot on Saturday morning.  Participants in this event are aiming to help raise £14,400 for lifesaving charity Arrive Alive to fund a voluntary operated 999 vehicle that can be used by Community First Responders who are trained by West Midlands Ambulance Service. Community first responders are volunteers providing essential emergency medical care and supporting the ambulance service based directly within the local community.

If you'd like to sponsor the Wadsworths' team, you can see their Just Giving page here:

Arrive Alive is the only registered charity in the UK funding voluntary operated Community First Responder vehicles to CFR’s across the UK which provide emergency medical assistance within communities to deliver life saving treatment which are deployed via a 999 call.

Belmont Healthcare offers multiple forms of long or short, respite and day care, or at home care for those in need of support.  Specialising in enhanced care and support of older people, care is also offered for those living with Dementia and other life changing conditions such as Parkinson’s disease. Our homes are perfectly situated in delightful settings around the UK and provide a very homely atmosphere whilst being safe and secure making the people we care for feel right at home.

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