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Burness Paull Supports Bike4Forty

Burness Paull is delighted to support Stewart Milne Group’s Bike4Forty challenge – a 738 mile cycle over nine days to raise funds for three charity partners representing the three Stewart Milne Homes operating regions across the UK; namely, North Scotland, Central Scotland; and Northwest England.  The three charities, The Archie Foundation, The Beatson Cancer Charity and the Christie Cancer Charity have formed a unique alliance especially for the event.

Bike4Forty forms a key element of the Stewart Milne Group’s 40th anniversary celebrations.

The 8-strong team, none of whom has more than a few years’ cycling experience, embarked on their nine day challenge on Thursday 7 April at the Malpas Development in North West England and are taking in every Stewart Milne Homes development in the country before finishing at the Group headquarters at Westhill, near Aberdeen, on 15 April.

Scott Peterkin, partner, said: “We are proud to support Stewart Milne in this exciting Bike4Forty challenge, particularly given our connection with the sport through our position as Official Legal Advisors to Scottish Cycling”.

Richard Goodfellow, partner, further commented that: “The Stewart Milne Group is a valued client, and we were delighted to have the opportunity to help them celebrate their 40th anniversary. We share their ambitions to help the communities in which we all live and work, and wish the team every success in raising money and awareness of these fantastic charities - and indeed, wish them the best for the next 40 years.”

Pictured is partner Scott Peterkin at the launch of the Bike4Forty event in Edinburgh. Photo credit: Christian Cooksey

12 April 16