Richborough Mast

Vigilant Global team celebrates cycling success

VG Manwood

When picturing an average weekend in July, one would rarely think of 40km winds, rain and cold temperatures. However, all of the above played a part in the 2016 Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer, testing the determination of participants, organisers and volunteers alike. More than 1,200 cyclists journeyed two days in the tough conditions, including a team of 23 Vigilant Global employees from our Montreal offices and friends.

"Each year is a memorable experience, but the 2016 ride will go down in the books as the toughest one yet," said Steve Sulpizio, a Vigilant Global rider who has been with the team four years in a row. "Although it was the toughest, it was also the most rewarding." That's a sentiment shared by the team as a whole.

Vigi 4 Cure raised over $60,000 (£35,000) this year, setting a new team fundraising record. Altogether, the event raised $4.4 million (£2.3 million) to support breakthrough research, teaching and compassionate care.

Congratulations to all those involved!

The provision of funding towards the new sound system for Sir Roger Manwood's School and the communications system upgrade at Sandwich Technology School have been provided regardless of the final decision by Dover District Council on the proposed Richborough Mast.


Here’s a link to the documents and the links for news coverage:
Documents: https://we.tl/peCenHqgKO
Press coverage:
http://www.kentonline.co.uk/sandwich/news/mast-firm-pledges-tech-school-94329/
http://www.kentonline.co.uk/sandwich/news/mast-firms-help-for-sound-99301/

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