Spectrum's Managing Director Neil Farrow's charity fundraising knows no bounds!
Not only is he scaling Mount Kilimanjaro in October, the highest free standing mountain in the world. He is also taking part in a Spectrum Charity Bike Ride 6-11th July 2015 - all in aid of the Steve Presott Foundation (SPF).
The cycle trek covers 450 miles, taking in 3 countries and all in only 5 days.
The pedal powered charity fundraiser commences in Cheshire, with five legs to the journey before finishing in Dublin.
"Cycling is a great passion of mine, so coupling it with a cause very close to my heart seemed the perfect partnership. I have a target of £4k to smash for Steve's foundation so I need everyone to dig deep and please please give all they can. I or should I say my legs will most certainly be giving it all they can, " said Neil.
This latest fundraising feat forms part of Spectrum's Kilimanjaro Challenge and feeds into the fundraising efforts that are required to make it a success. A 31- strong fundraising team including former Great Britain Rugby League skipper Adrian Morley, GB and Wales Legends Barrie McDermott, Neil Harmon, Alan Hunte Lee Briers and Harry Potter star Matthew Lewis who played Neille Longbottom plus Spectrum's Managing Director Neil Farrow with all be treking up the 19, 341ft mountain face in October, in aid of the Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF).
If you would like to donate to this mammoth fundraising effort visit just giving page.