The event, which will take place on 7th May 2017, is open to all, aged 16 years and above.Registration is only £33 and riders can choose from either a 20 mile route, ideal for beginners and those just looking to enjoy a Sunday mountain bike ride in the very beautiful South Downs, or a 40 mile ride, which is guaranteed to deliver a thrilling day in the saddle.The event is open to riders of all abilities with professional support available on the day to ensure you get from start to finish with the maximum enjoyment, minimum fuss.Refreshments will be provided en route and not only do you get to enjoy a great day out, but raise valuable funds for St Barnabas House.This really is a great way of getting out and enjoying the South Downs on a mountain bike whether as individually or as a group whilst raising money for a very worthwhile cause.
About St Barnabas House
The hospice team consists of nurses, doctors, social workers, counsellors, our Chaplain, physiotherapists, complementary therapists, an Artist-in-Residence, our Hospice at Home team and our friendly volunteers.
The hospice staff will discuss your treatment and care with you, giving you the opportunity to express your wishes and address your concerns. We appreciate that this is a difficult time for you and your family, and that some things may be difficult to talk about. We aim to be sensitive and supportive in our conversations with you by respecting your individual beliefs, lifestyle and culture.
Services provided by the hospice care team
We offer palliative care services for patients with cancer and other life-limiting conditions. Our services include:
• 20 bed In-Patient Unit
• Day Hospice with 18 places
• Community Palliative Care Team
• Family Services Team
• Education Department
• Hospice at Home
To find out more about the care services provided by St Barnabas house, visit the our care section of their website.
Further information on the mountain biking event and details of how to register can be found here.