Tour de Gwent – Cycle Sportive
- South East Wales
- Event Type
For Tickets or more information, please contact:
Fundraising on 01633 851051 or email email@example.com
Enjoy stunning scenery across a variety of routes around South Wales
Starting and Finishing at St Cadocs hospital for the first time ever!
The Tour de Gwent, organised by St David’s Hospice Care and sponsored by Whitehead Building Services, is the annual cycling event for everyone! With 6 carefully designed routes to choose from, each with their own unique features, the event offers something for cyclists of all abilities. From hard-core cyclists looking for an epic leg-burning challenge to families who’d prefer a pleasant ‘there-and-back’ along the River Usk, you won’t be disappointed.
The event is great for spectators as well as those doing the pedalling. Starting in the picturesque Roman town of Caerleon and then heading out to pass (arguably) some of the most idyllic scenery in South Wales, spectators are invited to enjoy a few hours exploring the local area or head out to a vantage point to cheer the riders along their chosen route.
- Platinum – 93 miles
- Gold – 78 miles
- Silver – 52 miles
- Bronze – 36 miles
- Midi – 20 miles
- Kids – 3 miles
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tel: 01633 851051
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About St David’s Hospice Care
By taking part in the Tour de Gwent you are supporting the work of St David’s Hospice Care, which means you are making a positive difference to patients and their families all throughout Newport, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Torfaen and South & Mid Powys. The sponsorship you raise will provide comprehensive palliative care to people facing life limiting illnesses and provide care and support to their families at a very difficult time. St David’s Hospice Care, with your help, aims to ensure that patients have the choice to receive care at home, surrounded by friends and family.
Your support helps to provide:
- Clinical nurse specialists in palliative care
- Welfare rights advisors
- Unicorn – bereavement support for children
- Complementary therapy outreach clinics
- Family support team
- 15 room in-patient unit
- Hospice at Home nurses
- 4 day hospices
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