British Heart foundation asked DN7.com Event Photography to take pictures during the Bath to Bournemouth Bike Ride, and of course DN7.com said yes and are very pleased to be able to help raise funds and awareness to this excellent charity.
The British Heart Foundation has been raising money for vital research into heart disease since 1961. Just in case you hadn’t worked it out that means The British Heart foundation are celebrating its 50th Birthday during 2011 and they are asking people to join in with the celebrations and take part in the “Mending Broken Hearts Appeal”
The “Mending Broken Hearts Appeal” needs to raise funds for groundbreaking research that could help heal damaged hearts. Right now, the human heart cannot heal itself, so once your heart ‘breaks’, it stays that way. But the Mending Broken Hearts Appeal, which will cost £50 million, could change this for millions of people.
The following clip was taken from the BHF website at www.bhf.org.uk/b2b
The fishy low down!
If your heart gets damaged, it can’t mend itself, but that isn’t the case for everyone. The Zebra fish can heal his own heart, and our scientists are working hard to understand how he does it.
Cycle with us and raise £50 for 50 years to help unlock the Zebra fish’s secrets. For many, he’s not just a fish, he’s hope…and by taking part in this bike ride, so are you.
The 80 mile bike ride from Bath to Bournemouth on Sunday 2nd October (spaces still available) will start at From: Royal Avenue, Bath, Somerset (BA1 2NR) start time 8:am
The finish line in Bournemouth (BH7 7AF) first riders expected about 12 noon and final rider 4.30:pm
Entry forms and lots more information is available at The British Heart Foundation Website
you can find out more about the amazing work the British Heart Foundation do here
If you would like to donate towards the life saving research follow this link
Ever thought of fundraising well they have lots of fund-raising ideas here
If you would like DN7.com Event Photography to cover your function please get in touch