Services from around Surrey came together to support the BBC Children in Need Appeal 2014.
Super heroes from Woking Disability Resource Centre took on a 60 mile cycling challenge to raise money to support disadvantaged children in the UK. Participants used adapted electric static motorised THERA-Trainers bikes, which enable everyone, whatever their ability, to take part either by pedalling with their arms or legs.
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The Bentley service also hosted a full day of fundraising activities including:
Face and nail painting
Guess the name of the bear
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Colebrook and Spectrum@Noke all joined forces to raise money for Children in Need and celebrate the Hero Theme. Our fundraising activities included:
- a cake sale with lots of yummy home-made cakes,
- dancing to “Black Lace’s” and “Superman” complete with actions
- making super hero masks with stickers, feathers, sequins and other bits & bobs
- decorating cupcakes with coloured icing and sweet
As well as having a great day they raised £150.00 for Children In Need.
Nexus cycled 18 miles to support Woking Disability Resource Centre to reach their 60 mile target. They also raised money through their bake sale.