On Wednesday 21st November, Leo Houlding joined an audience at Sheffield’s Abbeydale Picture House for the UK’s second screening of Spectre.
On Wednesday 21st November at 8:30pm, Leo will be joining an audience in Sheffield at the city’s iconic Abbeydale Picture House for a screening of the film documenting the Spectre Expedition.
We are pleased to report that Leo Houlding has sent back his final report from the Spectre Expedition. Along with teammates Jean Burgun and Mark Sedon, Leo safely reached Union Glacier, completing the journey of 1700km over 50 days unsupported with 31 separate camps.
While we've been taking a break for our cycling challenges this year, we've been supporting others in their own adventures. One such adventure is Spectre - the transantarctic expedition led by British climber and adverturer Leo Holding.
As we prepare for a new challenge in 2018, we took a few minutes to reflect on what we've achieved so far for Weston Park Hospital in Sheffield.
"I could never ever have imagined that a year on our own Mum would have been calling upon the services of this incredible hospital. Suddenly the 2016 cycle challenge was high on our radar."
4Challenge is a way of making a tangible difference and helping families just like The Whites. Catherine White and her two children Jack Thomas and Isabelle Mae, lost husband and father, Neil, to skin cancer in August 2015.
After 4 days covering over 300 miles up and down dale, in scarce sunshine and plentiful wind and rain, the rapturous welcome in Weston Park was a welcome reward.
A well timed reminder of why 4Challenge really matters came on Friday evening after day 1 riding from Edinburgh to Lockerbie.
Our aim has always been to cover all running costs through sponsorship so that every penny donated can go straight to Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity. 4Challenge really couldn't happen without the generous support of our sponsors.
The creation of the 4Challenge kit has been a challenge of its own...and a real privilege to be part of. Please take 2 minutes to find out why.
The simple truth is that without fundraising and support, Weston Park Hospital will not have the funds required to run many of the support and research projects that are currently transforming lives.
How do you communicate in 60 seconds the reason why 4Challenge is so important? Why we are taking a such physically and logistically challenging task, and travelling hundreds of miles on two wheels. Last week Fluid HD arrived at ASK4 HQ in Sheffield to help us do just that. The result?
Did you know the reason that we’re taking on another 4Challenge is you?The scary fact is by 2020 1 in 2 of us will be affected by cancer in our lifetimes - 1 in 2. Take a look at the people around you and think about that stat. That includes you, members of your family, people you work with and your closest friends.
Last night the 4Challenge riders, support crew and team from Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity got together at ASK4 HQ fire the "five weeks to go" starting gun!
Following their spectacular fundraising efforts in 2015, we gave pupils at Hinde House School in Sheffield a very special challenge to help kick off the 2016 campaign.
In 2015 4Challenge raised a whopping £30,000 for Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity...and so we're back to do it all again!
This month Weston Park Hospital had their Digital Information Systems installed in the Radiotherapy and Outpatients waiting areas.
Last night 4Challenge riders, team and supporters gathered at Napoleons Casino in Sheffield to celebrate raising over £30,000 for Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity.
Join us as we celebrate one fantastic cycling challenge and launch another! It’s all set to be the best bike related bash of the year.