On Sunday 8th September, Bernard Dunn and Conor Russell from our Glasgow branch donned their cycling gear and joined around 7,000 budding cyclists in the iconic challenge to travel en masse from Glasgow to Edinburgh as part of Pedal for Scotland to raise money for centenary charity, Mind In Bradford. The pedalling duo raised an incredible £475 for the charity, which also goes towards the target of raising £100,000 for good causes throughout 2019.

Pedal for Scotland hosted the 45-mile cycle between Scotland’s two biggest cities; Glasgow and Edinburgh, both of which are home to TL Dallas branches.

Mind in Bradford is a local branch of Mind, the mental health charity. Its mission is to support anyone experiencing emotional or mental health problems across Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven.

Suzy Poole, PR & Communications Officer at Mind in Bradford commented:

We are delighted to have been chosen by TL Dallas. The money raised will be spent on our services across the district to support people experiencing mental or emotional distress. It will make a difference to many lives. Thank you!

Find out more at: mindinbradford.org.uk

The sponsored cycle is one of many fundraising activities throughout 2019 as we celebrate our centenary year, raising money for causes close to our hearts.

Click here to read more about the event and to donate. 

Posted by TL Dallas News | Monday, September 23rd, 2019 Back to News
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