The Bauckham family are kindly cycling the length of Hadrian’s wall to raise money for the Synapse Centre for Neurodevelopment. This is an incredibly difficult challenge at the best of times involving cycling over 100 miles on hilly terrain, but the Bauckhams have also chosen to include their two young sons on this journey, one of whom has a neurodisability and will be towed by his Dad. Their older son is cycling himself despite being only eight years old! In the face of difficult weather and very little sleep, this incredible family are doing absolutely brilliantly and are close to completing their challenge. The Synapse Centre wishes to send them our very best wishes and so much luck, along with our huge thanks for supporting the Centre. Go Team Bauckham!
To hear more about the Bauckhams’ journey, or if you feel you would be able to donate via their fundraising page please click here