Cleankill Pest Control is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the Hull University Men’s Hockey Club (HUMHC) Charity Ride from Hull to Land’s End. Over six days, a team of four will undertake the 483-mile ride from their university to the bottom left corner of the United Kingdom. They expect to average around 80 miles a day and you can follow their progress on Facebook, here.
The team is undertaking this challenge to raise awareness of mental illness issues and help raise money for Mind Hull and East Yorkshire. Mind is a national charity which offers advice and support to people suffering with metal health issues. They believe no-one should have to face a mental health problem alone.
The HUMHC strongly supports Mind, having had first-hand experience of member’s suffering with a problem that can affect anyone, regardless of gender or age. To support Mind and the HUMHC Charity Ride, click here.
Cleankill is committed to supporting good works in the community and when they heard Matthew Miller, the son of their sales director Ian Miller, was planning this charity ride, they were more than happy to help.
Paul Bates, managing director, commented: “It’s hard not to admire these young men undertaking this very difficult challenge. We’re proud to have our name on their cycling tops. We just hope the weather is kind to them and they don’t get too saddle sore.”
To donate money to the HUMHC Charity Ride in aid of Mind, click here.
To learn more about Mind Hull and East Yorkshire, click here.
To learn more about Mind and its work, click here.