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Beaufort charity cycle challenge raises £20k

Three advisers from Beaufort Asset Management's Reading office have raised £20,000 for the Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

Beaufort charity cycle challenge raises £20k

Three serial fundraisers from Beaufort Asset Management, the JOGLE16 team, have raised more than £20,000 for charity by cycling from John O’Groats to Lands End. Director Mark Dolby and financial planners Andy Coles and Graeme Bone, all based in Beaufort’s Reading office, took four days in July to complete the 850-mile journey.

The money will go to Beaufort’s charity of the year, the Ark Cancer Centre Charity. It is raising £5 million to help fund a local treatment centre. Dolby has raised hundreds of thousands of pounds in the last few years.

‘It was a very tough challenge for all of us,’ he said. ‘But Andy, Graeme and I are delighted to have helped raise more than we hoped to.’

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