St Giles Hospice is urging people to get into gear and set the fundraising wheels in motion at their Cycle Autumn event, taking place from their Whittington Hospice on Sunday 10th September. 

With your support, the funds raised from this event will help St Giles to continue to provide care for local people, and their loved ones, living with a terminal illness.  

St Giles’ cycle events have been raising vital funds for the hospice for nearly a decade, and since 2014 have helped raise over £450,000, with thanks to over an incredible 2,900 cyclists who have taken part. 

This year, participants will have a choice of four brand new cycling routes, offering a challenge to suit all abilities from 10 years old and upward, taking riders on a beautiful journey through the villages and towns of Staffordshire. 

Chloe Hope, Head of Voluntary Income, said: “We love seeing all of our cyclists come together to tackle their chosen route whilst raising vital funds for St Giles. 

“Many of our cyclists who chose to take part have very personal reasons for doing so, such as riding in memory of a loved one.” 

Entry to Cycle Spring this year will be £35 per person, which covers pre-event snacks, mechanical support, fully-signed route and GPX download, feed stations, medical support, post-event food, and a special 40th anniversary finishers medal. Cyclists are also encouraged to seek sponsorship to raise funds to support the work of St Giles Hospice. 

To sign up for Cycle Autumn, visit: