Charity Watt Bike Riding at Silverstone in aid of British Red Cross UK Solidarity Fund

On Monday 12th June 2017, team ZetaSafe (Andrew Dobbins, Chris Ayris, Ashley Russell, Ian Selby & Andrew Lewis) joined staff from over thirteen companies to take part in a Charity Watt Bike ride at Silverstone Park.

UKSolidarityFund_Logo_1170x1400JPEGThe aim was to cycle a full British F1 Grand Prix – 306km – in support of the British Red Cross UK Solidarity Fund, which has been launched in response to the recent horrific events in London and Manchester. The funds raised will go to help those victims of terror attacks in need anywhere in the UK.

The British Red Cross say, “In the aftermath of the recent devastating terror attack in London, coming less than two weeks after the Manchester attack, people across the country have united to support and help each other.

ZetaSafe MD Andy Dobbins said “This is another wonderful example of the Silverstone community joining together to support a worthy cause – we did 482.9km in the end and raised over £100.”

To support British Red Cross UK Solidarity Fund, visit to donate. 




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