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Moco help to raise thousands with Charity Cycle

Morris & Co joined other businesses involved within the franchising industry to help collectively raise £2,340 for The Franchise Trust by cycling throughout August as part of the Great British Franchise Cycle (GBFC). 

Organised by The Franchising Centre, HSBC and the bfa, Morris & Co plus eight other teams collectively cycled six times the distance of the Tour de France, reaching 12,971 miles, of which 2,137 of miles were from Morris & Co.

Team members who really went above were invited to the National Cycling Centre in Manchester on September 9, where they took part in a cycle session on the velodrome track before a meet and greet with cycling ambassadors Blaine Ridge-Davis Lauren Bate and Ryan Owens and awards presentation.

Morris & Co were pleased to recieve the award for Best Team Effort. Over 30 members of staff took part by cycling in their own time on the road, at the gym or on one of the five stationary bikes set up in the boardroom. 

Associate Martin Lancely clocked the fastet time around the track from the Morris & Co team and finished fourth overall and Supervising Accountant Kate Stockton was the quickest woman of the day!

The aim of the GBFC was to raise money for The Franchise Trust. The charity identifies people to train in regions where there are entry level job vacancies or work experience opportunities in franchising, the main aim being to provide people with improved futures in franchising. This will continue to grow as the bfa is committed to ensuring the industry is accessible to everyone in some way.