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Trinity parents cycling to Paris to boost school fundraising

A group of parents are cycling ‘non-stop’ (there is a few hours on a ferry involved of course!) to Paris to raise money for Trinity, as well as The Chiltern Centre and Gillotts secondary school. They departed Trinity playground at morning break on Friday 14th June, waved off by the children. 

In 2017 a similar Ride to Paris raised over £40,000 - see photo. This proved critical to The Chiltern Centre and also funded a brand new 'Discovery Hub' science and technology classroom at Trinity Primary School - https://www.henleyherald.com/2018/05/23/trinity-opens-new-discovery-hub-thanks-to-fundraising-cyclists/

For 2024, participants have the option to also fundraise for Gillotts school. Most importantly, some of the riders’ employers will match fund what they raise: so if £20 is donated plus Gift Aid the charities will actually receive up to £50 - fantastic! So we’d please encourage you to direct all your support towards their fundraising pages: 

John Groat & Alan Campbell raising for Trinity and the Chiltern Centre: 

https://givewheel.com/fundraising/3695/trinity-velo-club-non-stop-henley-to-paris-ride/

Orlando Taylor raising for Trinity, Gillots and The Chiltern Centre: 

https://givewheel.com/fundraising/3720/trinity-velo-club-non-stop-henley-to-paris-ride/

Please note that 100% of all funds raised are going directly to the charities - the riders are personally covering all the ride costs themselves. 

Many thanks in advance for your support - it is hugely appreciated and will make a fantastic difference to Trinity. We will of course communicate in due course how the funds raised have been raised for Trinity.