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Goldcrest race for LandAid Day – “Sadiq Cycles” triumph

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Published on 07.11.18
 
Latest News
Published on 07.11.18
 

This year’s LandAid Day saw the property industry doing even more to raise money to end youth homelessness.

Goldcrest Land planned an inventive race across London, where teams vied to be the first to get from their offices in Fulham to Hoxton, using a different mode of transport each. Paragon BC, one of LandAid’s newest Foundation Partners, undertook a company-wide challenge to cycle the distance between Lands End to John O’Groats – a massive 874 miles!  A whole host of other companies, such as British Land, Knight Frank and PwC all took part in an assortment of unique activities throughout the day, raising even more to help end youth homelessness in the UK.

The race began at Goldcrest HQ in SW6 and finished at Steve Edge Design in Hoxton, N1. The victorious team of Mike Barrie and Stuart Brightmore used “Sadiq Cycles” to cross the Capital in an impressive 44 minutes.

Goldcrest’s LandAid Ambassador, Scarlett Knights finished third travelling in the hybrid sports car.

She said ‘The LandAid charity is particularly important to our team, supporting vulnerable young homeless people is something as an industry we should be conscious of. Accommodation, especially emergency housing is crucial if we want to prevent people sleeping rough. We hope our Goldcrest race can do a little to help that’.

 

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