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RideLondon-Surrey 100

Our Deputy CEO, Laurie Cornwall and Ashley Jordan-Diaper, Director of Post 16, CPD and Partnerships joined supporters of Orchard Hill College; Tony, Guy and Shaun to take part in Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100.

The leg testing, cycling challenge started at 05:45 in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then followed a 100-mile route on closed roads through the capital and into Surrey’s stunning countryside. It was a difficult and hilly course, but Team Orchard Hill College powered through and crossed the finish line raising an incredible £1880.00.

Those who took part were physically spent, but inspired throughout the challenge knowing that the money raised would be put to great use and have a real impact on students.

A big congratulations and thank you from all of us!

 

Outcomes for learners are outstanding, teaching, learning and assessment are excellent and the extremely diverse programmes that meet learners’ individual needs, interests and aspirations, prepare them very well for life after College.
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