Saint Gobain rides for charity for 350th anniversary

A team from building materials group Saint-Gobain has cycled 425 miles in four days to raise money for charity.
The team, led by Saint-Gobain’s senior vice president sustainable habitat Peter Hindle MBE, left the Saint-Gobain Innovation Centre in London on July 10th, arriving at the saint-Gobain archives in France on July 13th.

The ride aims to raise money for the Saint-Gobain Together Partnership, which this year is supporting Macmillan Cancer Support and the Irish Cancer Society.

As the ride finished, the target was just £1,700 short of £100,000. To donate and make it up to the £100,000 mark, click here

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