Advanced Supply Chain Group sponsors Yorkshire charity cycling event

Advanced Supply Chain Group (ASCG) is proud to announce its sponsorship of the Wharfedale Ton. 

In 2016 Phil Paget, partner and head of employment at law firm, Gordons LLP, launched a 100-mile charity cycling event through the Yorkshire countryside. Now in its third year, the Wharfedale Ton sees professionals from throughout the region ride the grueling course, while raising funds for the Marie Curie Cancer Care Hospice in Bradford.

The Hospice provides vital care to patients throughout their illness, while helping to improve their wellbeing and quality of life. It’s dedicated team also offers support for patients’ families and loved ones.

Beginning at Ilkley, the Wharfedale Ton sees riders navigate a challenging countryside route to York and back again, with an average ride-time of six to eight hours. Entrants are invited to ride alone, in pairs or in a group.

In addition to the sponsorship, ASCG will be represented by Business Development Manager, Xavier Archbold, who will be fundraising and taking part in the grueling challenge.

Chief Financial Officer, Glyn Rogan, commented: “In a short time, Phil has created a brilliant fundraising event and managed to unite Yorkshire’s business community behind this incredibly worthy cause. At Advanced Supply Chain Group, we’re committed to playing our part to support the local community and are thrilled to be able to support this event.”

For more information or to enter please visit www.wharfedaleton.com

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