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...how we're doing our bit

O

N OCTOBER 3RD 2016 a hardy group of Leggett staff,

agents, clients and friends are setting off on an 800 km

bike ride from our office in St Emilion.

The peloton will travel through Aquitaine, the Midi

Pyrénées, Languedoc Roussillon and PACA before ending up

on the famous "Promenade des Anglais" in Nice, five days

later - all to raise money for UNICEF.

The ride has been made possible thanks to our good friends at

Currencies Direct who have taken care of much of the logistical back

up as well as providing some of the riders for the team.

Our Chief Executive, Graham Downie, is one of the riders participating: "Two

years ago we held a charity auction at our Christmas

party and raised €12,816 and our goal is to beat that amount this

year. We are a family firm that is thriving in France and it is good

to know that we can give a little back to the community that has so

warmly welcomed us all.

This is quite an adventure and one that all the riders are looking

forward to with a mixture of fear, anticipation and pride. We will be

riding around 170 kms each day for five days solid which is something that none of

us has attempted before.

We're hoping that the local Leggett agents will be cheering us

on along the route and that they will bring their clients and friends

with them to help raise money for this terrific charity. UNICEF help

children in France, the UK and around the world. Knowing that the

money raised will help save lives will act as a huge spur when our

saddle sores start kicking in.

If you would like to support us in our efforts then you can donate

via our UNICEF "just giving" page www.justgiving.com/leggettimmobilier

and look out for a feature in the next issue of Leggett Magazine (published Jan 2017) showing

how we got on".

Le 3 octobre prochain, un valeureux groupe de

salariés Leggett Immobilier, d'agents commerciaux, de

clients et d'amis se prépare à accomplir un

parcours de 800 km en vélo au départ de l'agence

de Saint-Emilion. Ce parcours traversera l'Aqui-

taine, le Midi-Pyrénées, le Languedoc-Roussillon

et la région PACA pour s'achever à Nice, sur « La

Promenade des Anglais ». Son objectif : recueillir

des fonds pour L'UNICEF. Gageons qu'il rencontrera

en chemin le soutien de tous les agents Leggett

du secteur. Graham Downie, directeur chez Leggett,

participe au challenge : « C'est plutôt une

aventure » dit-il, « Nous ferons 170 km par jour.

Aucun de nous n'a fait cela auparavant, mais nous

tenons à soutenir l'UNICEF qui aide les enfants en

France et partout dans le monde ». Pour parti-

ciper à cette action en faisant un don à l'UNICEF,

rendez-vous sur notre page www.justgiving.com/

leggettimmobilier ou adressez vos dons (par

chèque ou en espèces) à Leggett Immobilier "Défi

UNICEF", 42, rue de Ribérac - 24340 La Rochebeaucourt.

PROTECTION DE L'ENFANCE

2016

ST. EMILION TO NICE

CHARITY BIKE RIDE

2016

ST. EMILION TO NICE

CHARITY BIKE RIDE

2016

ST. EMILION TO NICE

CHARITY BIKE RIDE

Keeping children safe

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