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Cycle in aid of Doctors of the World UK

KainaKaina Posts: 19
edited January 2012 in Tour & expedition
Be a part of one of our thrilling fundraising events in aid of Doctors of the World UK:

London to Paris Bike Ride

London Nightrider



Cycling from London to Paris is one of the great cycle experiences in Europe. Passing through picturesque countryside, we cross the Channel and continue through the small villages and medieval market towns of Northern France. With long days in the saddle and some strenuous hill-climbs, the sight of the Eiffel Tower, our finishing point, will evoke a real sense of achievement and you will know that your efforts will have made a difference in people lives!

The next available dates for this challenge are Wednesday June 13th- Sunday 17th June 2012. We have more available dates in July, August and September, so do not hesitate to contact us to find out more!


London Nightrider is a one day charity ride with a difference...it's at night! On the 9th of June 2012 you can cycle alongside hundreds of other participants, enjoying the iconic London landmarks:
Tower Bridge, a deserted City of London, Canary Wharf, London Zoo, Piccadilly Circus, British Museum, London Eye, Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square and more...

To find more about how you can be part of these events, contact the Events Team by calling 020 7515 7534 or drop an E-mail to [email protected]

DOW UK is part of the Médecins du Monde network, an international aid organisation that provides medical care and gives a voice to vulnerable people all over the world. Our network of volunteer healthcare professionals provide care in over 70 countries worldwide. Here in the UK we run Project:London where we help some of the community's most vulnerable, including victims of torture and people fleeing violence, pregnant mothers unable to access antenatal care, and babies in need of basic immunisations. We advocate tirelessly to make sure that everyone gets the healthcare they need. Because health is a human right.
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