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Emma pedals 200 miles across India for cancer charities

End of the road: Emma Rodgers in Jaipur with one of her cycling companions

End of the road: Emma Rodgers in Jaipur with one of her cycling companions

One of our South West region’s employees cycled more than 200 miles across India to raise £3,200 for charity.

Assistant development manager Emma Rodgers completed the route from Agra to Jaipur in aid of three women’s cancer campaigns: Breast Cancer Care, Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust and Ovarian Cancer Action.

She embarked on an 18-month fitness programme and joined a group of cyclists from across the country taking part in the event. It was organised by Women V Cancer and Linden Homes colleagues in the south west joined in to support her fundraising efforts.

Emma was inspired to join the expedition after seeing an advert for it in her local newspaper. It was a cause close to her heart as several people she knows well have been affected by cancer.

Emma said: “I wanted to put my new found fitness to the test and take on a challenge to push myself and raise money for a good cause that was important to me.”

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Over £133m has been committed by Linden Homes to improving local communities since 2010.

Every piece of timber in your house is sustainably sourced timber. This means that new trees are planted to replace those cut down.