Nigel Murray cycles again for Help for Heroes

Nigel Murray, managing director of Huron Legal in London, has successfully completed yet another long bike ride across France in support of Help for Heroes. The H for H news page is here.

Nigel said afterwards:

To all my kind supporters and sponsors

We finished! Despite the mileages reported in the press, 294 of us, including 50 wounded, cycled 425 miles from Paris to London over 5 cycling days finishing with a tremendous reception in London yesterday. At Blackheath we were joined by 1300 other cyclists who had cycled from all parts of the country for the biggest cycle ride ever into London.

We had a team from The Sun (newspaper) with us and their reports are better than anything I can produce, so here are the links:

An overview of the ride

The Finale

Nigel’s Facebook page is here, with his detailed observations about the ride.

The Woolwich victim, Drummer Rigby, was wearing a Help for Heroes T-shirt when he was murdered.  So many people subsequently visited the charity’s website either to pledge money or to buy T-shirts for themselves, that the site briefly fell over. You can make a contribution to Help for Heroes via Nigel Murray’s donations page here.

As I write, the total raised is £5,841.60, with £771.25 in Gift Aid. There have been some extremely generous donations from Nigel’s many friends in the eDiscovery industry. We can get him to his target of £7,500 and beyond.


About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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