Christopher Head completes The Prudential London Surrey 100 in 6 hours & 14 minutes

Sunseeker London Group Sales Director, Christopher Head, completed The Prudential London Surrey 100 on Sunday 2nd August in 6 hours and 14 minutes in aid of PAH Clinical Trials.

The Prudential London Surrey 100 race covers 100 miles of terrain, starting at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, through the streets of London, Surrey’s countryside – including the tough ascent of the infamous Leith Hill, Surrey’s highest point – finishing on London’s iconic Mall.

Through the support and kindness of Sunseeker clients, friends, colleagues and suppliers, Christopher Head is hoping to raise £7,500. Your generosity would be greatly appreciated and for donations please visit: https://www.justgiving.com/CHead/ 

PAH Clinical Trials is a charity that supports patients, enhances patient care, purchases special equipment, improves facilities and invests in vital research which is beyond the scope or limits of the NHS.

As vice-chairman of PAH Clinical Trials, Christopher comments, “PAH is very close to my heart so can truly say that any donation, small or large, would be greatly appreciated for this wonderful cause!”

Christopher Head at Sunseeker London Group Headquarters in Mayfair, London with his winning medal

Christopher Head at Sunseeker London Group Headquarters in Mayfair, London with his winning medal

If you would like to learn more about what The Breast Unit does and ways in which you can help, click here to visit their website: http://pahbreasttrials.org.uk/

Sunseeker London | 36 Davies Street | Mayfair | London | W1K 4NF | +44 (0) 207 355 0980 | events@sunseekerlondon.com | http://www.sunseekerlondon.com

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