Bike Ride Jubilee Gates2012Stroud Valleys Project are pleased to announce that Lister Communications will be supporting their charity bike ride this year by providing the telecommunications.

The Bike Ride, which takes place on Sunday 22nd June from the Museum in the Park, will be raising funds for Stroud Valleys Project. Following a request from Stroud Valleys Project, Lister Communications are kindly providing 6 Nokia mobile phones on the O2 network free of charge for the duration of the event. These small lightweight handsets have great coverage and battery life and will be a really useful for the organising team on the day!

Most importantly, this enables the event to have really effective communications and doesn’t rely on volunteers’ own phones, or on the aged phones owned by the charity.

Stroud Valleys Project's Chief Executive Clare Mahdiyone said, ‘We are really pleased to have the support of Lister Communications with this event. It really helps to ensure that we can all talk together when the ride is happening and helps to keep our cyclists safe whilst they are riding’.

Lister Communications team of experts, specialise in connecting businesses through the use of intelligent telephone, broadband and business mobile services. Lister Mobile Director Jim Clapham said, “It is great to be able to offer our support to local charity Stroud Valleys Project, we really hope our assistance helps on the day and that the bike ride is a great success”.

  1. The sponsored ride in June will start and finish through the Jubilee Gates in historic Stratford Park. There will be a choice of routes to suit all ages and abilities. The routes have been planned to provide pleasant cycling on country lanes, and also to link sites where the charity has carried out practical conservation work.
  2. When the ride is over, participants will be able to take advantage of refreshments at the Museum in the Park, Stroud, and there will be a band playing in the park.
  3. The event will be part of National Bike Week which runs from June 14th June
  4. This event is a collaboration between Stroud Valleys Project, Museum in the Park, BPI Poly, James and Owen, PC Techniques and Noah’s Ark
  5. Noah’s Ark in Brimscombe are offering free bike checks to riders who have registered for the ride

The aim of Stroud Valleys Project is to protect and enhance the local environment by working with local communities, reaching out to the young and old and those cut off from such activities by disadvantage or disability.

SVP aims to:

       Forge a greater awareness of environmental and biodiversity issues so that local people are able to influence local planning and policy-makers to ensure sustainability is at the heart of the local agenda.

       Engage people from all walks of life in environmental work on local green spaces by working with local partner agencies and health providers.

       Provide a lively learning resource for local people of all ages.

For more information :

       Stroud Valleys Project  or call Clare Mahdiyone/Julie Wickham on 01453 753358

       Lister Communications or call 0800 652 4133

      Museum in the Park

Stroud Valleys Project is a limited company,
registered in England and Wales

Registered number: 2224016    

Registered charity number: 900107

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Stroud Valleys Project

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