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Get involved in the London to Brighton Cycle

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Start training now for Sunday 8 September 2013
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The young people of SE1 United invite you to take part in the London to Brighton sponsored cycle ride on Sunday 8 September, to help them raise crucial funds.

Teams of volunteers are needed to take part and raise sponsorship for the young people’s charity, which is also a Better Bankside Community Partner. The team that raises the most money per head will win a fabulous free ‘Champagne Capsule’ on the London Eye. Teams can be made up of as many people as you wish, but we recommend at least 3 per team.

Don’t have enough people for a team but still want to take part? Better Bankside is putting together a team so contact us to reserve your place. SE1 United young people, staff and trustees will also be taking part, so it’s also a chance to meet people from the charity.

No previous experience is required and with a bit of training the 54 mile route should easily be within most people’s capabilities.

However, spaces are limited – so book early to avoid disappointment. Speak to Danielle Cohen about how to enter as an individual or as part of a team at dc [at] or 020 7928 3998


About SE1 United

SE1 United is a charity set up by young people for young people, celebrating its 10th birthday this year. SE1 United has been a Better Bankside Community Partner since 2010.

At SE1 United young people are empowered to create programs and events that raise their aspirations, promote a positive image of young people and give them a voice that transforms community.

SE1 United offers one to one academic support, peer mentoring and co-learning activities which help young people to achieve their potential.

The charity engages with over 1,000 young people each year and has supported many of them into higher education and meaningful careers. Members have studied at leading universities, and ex-offenders are supported back into education and the workplace.

To find out more visit

May 23 2013