Charity Cycle for Hospice

Staff from Dynamic Edge plan to cycle 110 miles between the company’s Aberdeen and Inverness offices on Friday. Members of the team will set off from the company’s Waverley Place office in the Granite City before arriving at Seafield Road in the Highland capital via Alford, Dufftown, Forres and Nairn.

Money raised will benefit Inverness based charity the Highland Hospice, which cares for adults with incurable life-limiting illness.

Chief executive Rob Hamilton and managing director Stuart Winterburn will be accompanied by colleages Stephen Laurie, Gordon MacRae and Scott Millar as well as David Lappin, Chief executive of Castlehill Housing Association.

Stuart said: “We’re excited about the upcoming challenge and the opportunity to bring together teams from out company’s two respective offices for a worthy cause.”

The team is hoping to raise £3,000

Donations are being accepted at the team’s Everyday Hero page http://bit.ly/1Org2uD with proceeds going to charity.

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