100 kilometres in one day, in aid of Day One Trauma Support


One of Sintons’ specialist personal injury team will be cycling 100 kilometres in one day to raise money to help people affected by catastrophic injury.

On 24 June, Phil Davison, head of the firm’s general personal injury team, will complete 3 laps of Kielder Water Reservoir in aid of Day One Trauma Support, a charity which helps people who have suffered life changing injury to navigate the challenges they are likely to face.

Phil explained: “Day One is a very special charity that operates in a number of Major Trauma Centres throughout the North of England. Their support workers and volunteers provide essential help to anyone who has suffered a major injury including their loved ones and their families – literally from Day One.

“It is a cause close to my heart, given the nature of the work that we undertake at Sintons.

“We see the impact a serious injury can have on someone’s life and also how it can impact on their family. By taking part in Day One’s 100k challenge, I hope to raise funds to enable them to continue to provide such vital support, in what we know is a hugely difficult time.”

The 100k challenge will see hundreds of people across the country completing 100 kilometres during June in a huge variety of ways, from walking, running and cycling through to swimming, skating and scooting.

Money raised will help Day One to support more people rebuild their lives after catastrophic injury.

For example, £160 could pay for eight emergency packs to help the most vulnerable homeless people leave hospital with dignity after an accident or assault, and £300 could cover the cost of a small emergency grant, helping families with the immediate out-of-pocket expenses created by an accident.

You can sponsor Phil and help raise money for Day One Trauma Support here.


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