Intrepid Mi-space staff will be donning the lycra and getting on their bikes to take on the Football to Amsterdam challenge for the second year in a row to raise funds and awareness for prostate cancer.
Team Mi-space will undertake the two-day, 145-mile bike ride from London to the Dutch capital from 7 to 9 June.
Last year the team raised an impressive £15,000 and for 2019 have set themselves the huge challenge of raising a whopping £50,000 for Prostate Cancer UK. They are well on their way to this target with more than £17,000 already pledged.
Team Mi-space includes representatives from Exeter City Football Club and other partners who will ride alongside AJ Eaton, Matt Howells and Sam Heritage from Mi-space and Dean Richards from the Midas Group.
AJ Eaton, Divisional Director for Mi-space, said: “Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men and it kills one man in the UK every 45 minutes. We want to raise as much money as we can for Prostate Cancer UK to increase awareness, understanding and ultimately to help stop men dying from this disease.
“Although we have set ourselves a big target, we have already got some fantastic sponsors on board. Thanks to them, as well as other kind donations, we have already raised an impressive amount for the charity, with that amount rising each week.”
The team already has many sponsors for the upcoming cycle ride including Mi-space, HousingNet, Butcombe Brewing Co, Jem Scaffolding. RGB Building Supplies, CEF, Andover Gazette, LWS Interior Solutions, Cable IT, Michelmores LLP, Commercial Drone Training, Ashborne Construction Solutions, Newbury Metals, Impey Showers, Austin and Hobbs, Denholm Industrial Services, Lone Alert, Into Heat, RGB Recruitment, M-Tech Electrical, Exeter Airport, Cubra Electrical, Rabart Decorating Centres, Contour, NPS Group, Advanced Waste Solutions, API Communications, Thrifty and SDS Engineering Consultants, Michael Page Recruitment, CS Flooring, Charles Stanley, Robert Price Builders Merchants, YESSS Electrical, SPS Envirowall, Shield Environmental, Expedite, Santander and the Concrete Society S Wales Branch.
The team are planning a series of fundraising events in aid of the epic bike ride including a sold-out curry and comedy evening which took place in early February at St James Park in Exeter.
To learn more about the team and donate to this fantastic cause visit www.mispace.ml
Mi-space is the residential and property maintenance division of Midas Group and works with customers across the UK providing specialist residential development services and planned and reactive maintenance.
Mi-space has successful long-term partnerships, delivering services for the Defence Infrastructure Organisation, local authorities and housing associations in the South West, Wales and Midlands. It was also recently appointed as the sole provider on Cornwall Council’s Housing Framework. Mi-space has recently won the Chartered Institute of Housing’s Welsh Housing Award for their innovative training programmes focusing on Autism in occupied properties; and has been shortlisted in the prestigious UK Housing Awards for Contractor of the Year, the winner of which will be announced on 1stMay at an event at the Grosvenor Hotel, London.