Fundraising Events

August 16 2020

*cancelled* prudential ride london

Unfortunately, the Prudential RideLondon 2020 event has been cancelled due to the ongoing restrictions regarding mass participation events. However, organisers are planning to host a ‘Virtual Prudential Ride’ across the August weekend, so please keep checking back here to find out more about how you can get involved and support us with a spot of cycling this summer.

Horatio’s Garden had places in both the 100-mile and 46-mile challenges, which were due to take place on Sunday 16th August.

For the past seven years, the Prudential RideLondon has been an opportunity for cyclists of all ages and capabilities to take part in an unforgettable ride through the iconic streets of London and Surrey with thousands of fellow keen cyclists. 

Prior to the event being cancelled, we’ve already had some brilliant supporters sign up, including Richard Weight and Char Hannah. The father-daughter team are raising money in memory of beloved wife and mother Penny Weight, who suffered a C6/C7 spinal injury in 2014 and sadly passed away as a result of complications from her injuries in July 2017. 

Whilst spending time in The Duke of Cornwall Spinal Treatment Centre in Salisbury in 2014, Horatio’s Garden offered comfort to the family and we are so grateful to Richard and Char for generously offering to fundraise in support of the charity this summer. Despite the event being cancelled, we hope you’ll still give whatever you can to the two and to anyone else who decides to take on their challenge in their home town too!

To donate to Richard Weight’s JustGiving page, please click here.

To donate to Char Hannah’s JustGiving page, please click here.


To find out more about the event and to see their official cancellation statement, please visit the Prudential website to learn more by clicking HERE.

If you’re taking part and have any questions, or would like to do a cycle at home to fundraise for Horatio’s Garden, please email

Thank you.

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