Cambridge Law Firm Celebrating Addenbrooke's 250th Anniversary With Static Bike Ride

Irwin Mitchell Staff Taking Part In Charity Bikeathon


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The Cambridge office of national law firm Irwin Mitchell is marking the 250th anniversary of Addenbrooke’s Hospital by taking part in a Bikeathon.


Staff will be riding two static bikes at their Francis House offices with the hope of riding 1km for every year Addenbrooke’s has been in existence,


Addenbrooke’s opening its doors 250 years ago as a 20-bed hospital in Cambridge and it now treats almost 900,000 patients a year.


Irwin Mitchell’s Cambridge office is one of many local companies raising money today (13 October), with the funds going to the Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT).


Neil Whiteley, regional managing partner for the Cambridge office of Irwin Mitchell, said:


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"We are delighted to be taking part in the fundraising efforts to celebrate the fantastic achievement of the Addenbrooke’s Hospital.

“It is considered to be amongst the best in the world and we gladly support ACT in their mission to raise funds so patients can continue to benefit from their cutting edge and pioneering medical services."
Neil Whiteley, Partner

The Cambridge office will also be raising funds through a charity bake sale.