"Retinitis Pigmentosa Fighting Blindness"

"Retinitis Pigmentosa Fighting Blindness"
"Retinitis Pigmentosa Fighting Blindness"

Delighted to support the "Retinitis Pigmentosa Fighting Blindness" Campaign

Maher Ross are delighted to support Edward Jolliffe and his school-mate Alex Lidell, who are in the process of cycling from Buckingham Palace to Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, for charity - more specifically, the "Retinitis Pigmentosa Fighting Blindness Campaign".

Edd and Alex are taking a gap year between A levels and University - and they're ambitious lads. The journey is well over 10,000 miles and includes some of the roughest and most difficult terrain on the planet - including the Taklamakan desert - one of the most arid areas on planet earth (and also known as the Desert of death)! By undertaking the challenge, the lads hope to raise £10,000 pounds; a pound for every mile cycled for the Retinitis Pigmentosa Fighting Blindness Campain.

Edd aged 18 from Calbourne, and who's mum suffers from the hereditary disease said "Retinitis Pigmentosa, or 'RP' is the most common form of blindness - and the research that the Fighting Blindness Campaign is doing is one day going to improve a great many lives"

Edd hopes that you might be able to help him raise some sponsorship - even a couple of pounds would be really welcome.

You can show your support for Edd and Alex's amazing efforts by visiting 

www.cycletovietnam.com and by folliwng the link to their "Virgin Giving" page.

Please help them if you can!