Close

Choose a country

United KingdomEnglish
South AfricaEnglish
IndiaEnglish
InternationalEnglish

Falkirk Cycling Team raise over £400 For STV Pedal For Scotland appeal

18th September 2013

A team of cycling enthusiasts from Webhelp UK in Falkirk have saddled up to raise over £400 for the STV Pedal For Scotland campaign.

Pedal For Scotland includes Scotland’s Biggest Bike Ride and aims to get more people cycling more often.

Laura McGrandles, Debbie Graham, Emma Duff and Megan Wilson, who all work at Webhelp UKÂ’s Larbert headquarters, teamed up to conquer this yearÂ’s 47 mile Pedal for Scotland cycle challenge from Glasgow Green to Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh.

The Webhelp UK team were part of over 7000 cyclists taking part in the challenge, which included a range of ages and abilities, from five-year-olds to people in their 80s.

Laura McGrandles, whoÂ’s an Accredited Trainer for Webhelp UK in Falkirk and was the leader of the Webhelp UK cycle team on the day, said:  Â“We really enjoyed the cycle challenge and working as a team outside of work.  It was a great fun way to help raise money for such a worthwhile cause.

“There was a great sense of achievement after everyone crossed the finished line and were awarded with a medal and a goody bag.   I would highly recommend the cycle challenge for anyone willing to push themselves and raise money for charity with colleagues, friends or family.”

Falkirk Cycling Team raise over £400 For STV Pedal For Scotland appealFalkirk Cycling Team raise over £400 For STV Pedal For Scotland appealFalkirk Cycling Team raise over £400 For STV Pedal For Scotland appealFalkirk Cycling Team raise over £400 For STV Pedal For Scotland appealFalkirk Cycling Team raise over £400 For STV Pedal For Scotland appeal

admin
Article by: admin

News & Insights

Recommended for you
Service Provider
Solution Designer
Technology Enabler
Blog
How Gen Z will affect the Generation Game

As the Millennials move steadily into their 20s and 30s, their successor Generation Z is emerging as a global consumer force to be reckoned with. In preparation for our forthcoming Generations series Polly Ashdown, Marketing and Communications Director, examines what makes Gen Z so distinctive and how brands can capitalise on the opportunities they provide. Born into the age of the Internet,...

News
Oor Wullie’s Big Bucket Trail | Charity Week

Webhelp is delighted to sponsor Oor Wullie’s Big Bucket Trail 2019, Scotland’s first-ever national public art trail, raising vital funds for children in hospital across Scotland. Each week of the event takes on a different theme, as it is Charity Week, it’s a perfect time to look back at...

News
Groupe Bruxelles Lambert enters into exclusive negotiations for the acquisition of the Webhelp group

GBL announces today it has entered into exclusive negotiations to acquire a majority stake in the Webhelp group, together with its co-founding shareholders, Olivier Duha and Frédéric Jousset, who would retain their role as founding executive directors, and its management team. Founded in 2000,...

Case Studies
[Fashion] Fifty Jeans – Launch your brand without cashflow problems!

...

Whitepaper
AI AND AUTOMATION: IMPROVING THE CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE

How do we really want to interact with brands? What do we really think about AI and Automation? How important is it to strike the right balance between human talent and AI and Automation for CX? Read our new paper to find out more.   The Webhelp Disruptor Series. Be part of...

Load more
×

Webhelp Cookies Preference Centre

Strictly Necessary Cookies
The website requires the use of cookies for essential functional requirements and these are outlined in the cookies policy.

Enhanced Functional Cookies
Some features of this website use services provided by third parties websites. These features use cookies to implement their services on this website and may collect data about your visit to help them optimize their functionality. The Webhelp cookies policy outlines the cookies used by these services.

We have links to social networking such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
These websites are third party sites. We do not place cookies on their behalf, and do not have control over the way they collect or use your data.
We encourage you to read more about their policies:
Twitter
LinkedIn
Facebook