In partnership with the charity Cycling Projects which is based in Warrington, staff at 11 local offices of Forster Dean are asking members of the public to bring damaged or unwanted bikes in. The bikes will then be collected by Cycling Projects staff, mended and serviced by Cytech qualified mechanics before being sold at competitive prices to raise much needed funds for Cycling Projects.
Head of Personal Injury at Forster Dean, Nadia Kerr said “ It is important for us at Forster Dean to put something back into the local communities who have supported us as a business over the years – if we can raise money for a worthwhile charity, Cycling Projects, at the same time, then so much the better.”
Cycling Projects is a charity whose aims are to make cycling accessible to all.
The manager of Cycling Projects, Ian Tierney commented “We are truly looking forward to working in partnership with Forster Dean Limited. Through a number of our community initiatives we will be able to renovate and bring the cycles back to their former glory. Cycles will then be offered to community members who have the most need for the cycle – they could be part of a mental health cycle initiative, a weight management programme, or just wanting to return back to work and are using the cycles as an affordable, healthy and active way of commuting through their communities.
The participating offices are at Warrington, St Helens, Leigh, Wigan, Eccles, Old Swan, Prescot Street, Tuebrook, County Road, Ellesmere Port and Bootle.
For the address of your nearest office visit: www.forsterdean.co.uk/list-of-forster-dean-offices/
For further information please contact Nicola Mawson on 0161 707 4000 or 0800 389 1978 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Forster Dean Limited contact telephone number 0800 389 1978 or visit our website at www.forsterdean.co.uk. You can also follow us on Twitter (@ForsterDeanLtd) and find Forster Dean Solicitors on Facebook
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