Fundraising News

Ride for Brides!

As some of you may know Graham Thomas, our beautiful founder’s wonderful husband, has recently discovered a love of cycling, and is endeavouring to turn his new sport into a means of raise huge amounts for The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation – Rides 4 Brides was born. Whether you’re an avid cycler like Graham, recently new to the sport, or simply like to cycle for fun, we’re sure there’s an event to fulfil your fancy. Keep up to date with Ride for Brides via Facebook, or visit The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation’s fundraising events pages. Similarly, if you hear about a cycling event please do let us know; we’ll be more than happy to send you a fundraising pack and support you during your training if you’d like to raise money for us. Email with any ideas.

 Ride London

Congratulations to all of those with a space for Ride London. Graham, unfortunately, was unsuccessful in his application this year, but we’d love to hear from any of you who are hoping to ride for charity. Your support is most welcome.

Calling all ladies!

Naomi will be taking part in this year’s Macmillan Cycletta, a 50km cycle around Surrey, on 6th September. As many of you will know, cycling is both mentally and physically demanding on Naomi, due to the effects of her cancer. We are incredibly proud that she is choosing to challenge herself to such an extent, and hope you’d like to join her. If you would like more information, or would love to commit to taking one of the spaces alongside Naomi, please email Find out more here, too.

Come on everybody, get on yer bikes this year for The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation.

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