SeeAbility’s incoming Chairman Gordon Ilett is taking on an exciting cycling challenge. He is embarking on the impressive feat of visiting our services across Southern England by bike!

Starting on Tuesday 28 August at our Epsom Central Office he will cycle a gruelling 700 miles visiting services from Kent to Devon. He will finish the challenge back in Epsom on Monday 3 September. This works out as an average of 100 miles a day!

We will be keeping up with him and the people he meets along the way on our Facebook page. So follow his progress there and like our page to make sure you see the updates.

Gordon’s aim is to extend his relationship with our services and the people we support, and to raise essential funds for SeeAbility. So please support Gordon and our work by donating to his fundraising page

SeeAbility provides extraordinary support and champions better eye care for people with learning disabilities and autism, many of whom have sight loss.

The charity supports people to overcome huge barriers to achieve exciting new things every day: some big, some small, all extraordinary. Find out how your money helps.