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Charles Delf - Alternative Feeds Manager
An extra effort was made by countrywide employee Charles Delf, who completed a 1,125 mile bike ride raising nearly £20k.
This courageous challenge undertaken by Charles, National Alternative Feeds Manager for Countrywide, saw him cycling an average of nearly 100 miles on 12 consecutive days.
RDA Stores Tour 2012 - Countrywide
Charles Delf's RDA Stores Tour 2012
Charles Delf & John Hardman start the RDA Stores Tour Challenge from the Countrywide Head Offices in Evesham Charles Delf & John Hardman Charles Delf & John Hardman are greeted by the RDA at Melton Mowbray Charles Delf with the RDA at Honiton Charles Delf with the RDA at Honiton Charles Delf arriving at Countrywide Honiton Charles Delf arriving at Countrywide Honiton Charles Delf leaving Honiton and heading for Crewkerne Charles Delf arriving at Crewkerne Charles Delf receives a warm welcome after arriving at Crewkerne Charles Delf at Amesbury Offices Charles Delf visits our Amesbury Offices Charles Delf at Liphook Charles Delf celebrates with a special RDA Stores Tour cake at Liphook store H&C Pearce Charles visits H&C Pearce in Thame
Charles Delf, national alternative feeds manager for Countrywide, set off from the retail chain's head office in Evesham on 30 April for a 1,125 mile bike ride to raise funds for Riding for the Disabled (RDA).
On his epic cycle, Charles was planning to visit 50 plus Countrywide stores as far afield as Melton Mowbray, Wrexham, Carmarthen and Exeter. He's due back in Evesham tomorrow (11th May).
A 1125 mile ' round trip' by bicycle, taking in all Countrywide Stores, is the courageous challenge being undertaken by Charles Delf in support of Riding for the Disabled (RDA).
Setting off from Countrywide's Head Office at Evesham on Monday April 30th, Charles - who is National Alternative Feeds Manager for Countrywide - will visit 50 plus stores as far afield as Melton Mowbray, Wrexham, Carmarthen and Exeter, before heading back to Evesham to complete the ride on Friday May 11th. The challenge will see Charles cycling on average nearly 100 miles on each of the 12 consecutive days. Charles aims to raise £25,000 for RDA (www.rda.org.uk) a charity which offers over 30,000 disabled children and adults life-enhancing experiences involving horses and riding. "£25,000 is my target," says Charles, "and I am determined to reach it as the RDA does such fantastic work across all ranges of age and disability, both in the urban and rural environment. They try to ensure that everyone benefits therapeutically from wonderful experiences with horses and have the opportunity to achieve personal goals. This is something I really identify with. In fact, the whole idea for the tour came about after I took up cycling to get fit: I ended up losing 2.5 stone and then had the idea of taking part in an innovative charity cycling challenge." Charles is inviting other cyclists to join him on the challenege and will be joined for at least half of the tour by John Hardman, Countrywide's Chief Executive. I'm just hoping that, in this case, my own efforts in the bike saddle will match Charles' and do the RDA justice!" Charles will be writing a blog at the end of each day appearing on the Countrywide website, www.countrywidefarmers.co.uk plus a live tracker will be following his progress mile by mile which can be seen via http://tracker.orangetrack.co.uk/charity-bike-ride