A LOT OF CYCLING - CSF Activity for Life 2022


DO COME and join Cancer Support France between 8 - 11 September.  in our annual event this year we will be based in the beautiful LOT VALLEY using, as our base the picturesque village of Puy L'Eveque.


Cycling terrain in the Lot is varied and often quite hilly. However, there is a great veloroute which runs along the meanderings of the river Lot from which you can enjoy some easy cycling and lovely countryside either on the country lanes or on la voie verte. This years event comprises of a mixture of terrain which will include some hill climbs on most days.


On Saturday 10th September there will also be a walk for those who prefer feet to wheels. Walkers and cyclists will meet for lunch.


PROGRAMME OUTLINE:


Day 1 - afternoon ride 27km

Day 2 - full day ride 55km

Day 3 - full day ride 57km AND morning walk. Riders and walkers will meet for lunch.

Day 4 - morning ride 24km


Lunches can be pre-ordered and convivial evening meals can also be pre-booked.


This is the only fundraising event for Cancer Support France National. As well as general help, CSF National funds the website and forum and email and telephone helplines, to name a few. Most importantly, it organises the training of our Active Listeners (who provide emotional, language and practical support to patients, their families and carers through 17 local associations) and an annual Trainers' Conference. 


If you are unable to participate then do sponsor a cyclist or make a donation. This will ensure that CSF can continue to provide free, confidential support to all anglophones living in France and touched by cancer.

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Cancer Support France

Cancer Support France is a network of independent associations throughout France that provides support for English-speaking people of any nationality who have been touched by cancer. Each association organises itself according to the needs of its own area and all associations are set up according to the French law of 1901.