Le Tour in 24 update

29 Jan 2020

Preparations for our “Le Tour in 24” challenge are well underway which aims at raising £10,000 for Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity.

More than 60 members of staff have volunteered their time to either cycle or help out during the challenge to collectively achieve the target of cycling 3,365km in 24 hours.

Taking place on the weekend of Saturday 29th February to Sunday 1st March the team have to ensure 6 exercise bikes are continuously spinning at 22kph. To prepare for this staff are undertaking training sessions on exercise bikes within the office.

We’ve had some fantastic support from our clients and professional contacts thus far and have already raised over £7,000! We are extremely grateful to everyone who has donated and would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge our sponsors;

Gold Sponsors
BRI Business Recovery and Insolvency
Ashbourne Membership Management
Fit Club
Arden Fine Foods
Autoparts & Diagnostics Ltd
Legal Clarity
ITT Hub 2020
Quattro Pensions
QualitySolicitors Davisons

Silver sponsors
Standley and Co
Professional Polishing Services
Solihull College
Rolltek International
Entec International

Kevin Johns, managing director at Prime, said: “We’re really fortunate to have a fantastic team at Prime who all really embrace this kind of challenge, as well as a supportive client base who donate generously to the good causes we support.

“We hope this event will capture people’s attention and help to raise £10,000 for Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity and highlight the fantastic work they do.”

Helen Rawnsley, corporate partnerships officer at Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity, said: “We’re thrilled to be working with the team at Prime Accountants again on the Le Tour in 24 challenge.

“Their support helps enormously and the money raised will go towards helping us deliver expert care to the 90,000 children and young people from across the country who need us every year.

“We’re so grateful to all of the volunteers taking part and look forward to supporting them on February 29.”

Tony Elvin, general manager at Touchwood, said: “We’re excited to be hosting this charity challenge for such a good cause.

“We’re looking forward to cheering the cyclists on and helping Prime to raise as much as possible for Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity.”

To donate to the challenge please visit our JustGiving page here For updates throughout the challenge, follow Prime Accountants Group on Facebook.

We’ve had some fantastic support from our clients and professional contacts thus far and have already raised over £7,000!"