The latest challenge from the Unipart Dorman Wheelers
67 mile bike ride to raise money for Bliss Charity
16 May 2016 15:52:52

The Unipart Dorman Wheelers completed their latest challenge this weekend, cycling from Southport to Blackpool (and back again) – all to raise money for the charity Bliss.

15 cyclists and 2 support crew completed the 67 mile journey from the Unipart Dorman site in Southport to Blackpool and back on Saturday 14th May – and the sun was shining all the way!

Founded in 1979 by a group of concerned parents who discovered that no hospital had all the equipment it needed to safely care for premature and sick babies, Bliss was formed to give vulnerable babies the care they deserve and is now the leading UK charity for the 90,000 babies born needing neonatal care every year. Find out more at

This latest cycle challenge has raised £345.00 for Bliss, with donations still being made. You can still donate now via the Just Giving page.

We are also delighted to be running our second Cycle2Work Scheme, in association in Halfords, providing employees with access to a brand new bicycle and cycle accessories so that they can cycle to work, therefore reducing our overall carbon footprint.

Congratulations to everyone involved in the challenge, it was a fantastic effort for such a worthy cause.

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I am the Infrastructure and Digital Marketing Manager for Unipart Rail. I am passionate about all things digital and within my role I manage all digital activities and communications for the business including the company websites, social media and email communications.
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