Surveyors to swap suits for legs in lycra

Posted on May 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

On June 9, three healthcare surveyors from property advisers GVA Grimley LLP will embark on one of their most physically demanding journeys ever – crossing the whole of Great Britain from the Southwest to the Northeast – Land’s End to John o’ Groats. The trio, who are cycling the 900 miles to raise money for healthcare related charities The National Autistic Society and Alzheimer’s Society, hope to raise more than £20,000 and have a reached a healthy target so far. To date five main sponsors have been secured: KPMG, Castlebeck, CMG, Hallmark Healthcare and SA Law raising a total of £12,500. After 15 years in the industry, Rick Tarver (45) from Liverpool, Julian Ball (42) from Birmingham and Robert Belcher (48) from Bristol decided it was time they put something back into healthcare. Commenting on the challenge, team captain and chief navigator Rick Tarver, based at GVA Grimley’s Liverpool office, said: “This is an incredible challenge for the team. We felt it was about time that the three of us

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