Friday, 23 September 2011

cycle for 'victory for autism'

A close friend of ours, and his lycra-clad brothers, are
cycling 60 miles this sunday through the kent borders and
along the sussex coast to raise money for
'Victory for Autism'
in aid of
The National Autistic Society.
Their six year old son was diagnosed with autism in 2008.
This is a photo of him showing them how it's done.

Go team G and don't forget your vaseline! x

If you would like to donate to this wonderful charity then
just click the link below

(Virgin Money Giving is a not for profit organisation and will claim gift aid on a charity's
behalf where the donor is eligible for this)

virgin money giving - national autistic society

The National Autistic Society is the UKs leading charity for people affected by Autism. Over half a million people in the UK have autism. Together with their families they make up over two million people whose lives are touched by autism every single day. Despite this, autism is still relatively unknown and misunderstood. Which means that many of these two million people get nothing like the level of help, support and understanding they need. Together, we are going to change this.


  1. This is a fantastic charity, my friends little boy has autism, and they have been a great support.
    Good luck and keep pedling, your nearly there!! xx

  2. They did it! And they have raised such a lot of money for this worthy cause.
    Well done team G and I hope you're not aching too much today