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ENS take on 25-hour spinathon for charity

On Friday 29th July, Essex-based ENS will take on the challenge of a 25-hour spinathon in aid of local charity Vibrance.


Paul Allen, chief executive of learning disability and mental health support charity, Vibrance, and ENS managing director, Allyson Abel (pictured), will kick off the spinathon at 11am, cycling the first 30-minute slot.


From there, the ENS team will cycle continuously throughout the day and night, until midday the following day.


The action will take place at the ENS office in Hamlet Court Road, in Westcliff-on-Sea and the event will be the first of 25 events, which will take place over the coming months to celebrate the company’s 25th anniversary in November.


The ENS team are hoping the local community and businesses will really get behind them on the day.  


Abel said, “We’re really looking forward to the Spinathon. It’s quite an extreme challenge we’ve set ourselves, to cycle non-stop for 25 hours but the support so far has been great.


“We’re looking to raise £1,000 but would love to exceed this, so want to encourage everyone in the local area to support us and help us raise as much as possible for Vibrance.”


Vibrance supports people throughout the South East and London with learning disabilities and mental health issues. The money raised from this event will go towards helping them build a new sensory room at their Green Lodge service.


Allen commented, “We are delighted that ENS have chosen to fundraise for us as part of their 25th anniversary celebrations. We would like to thank all of the staff for their support, and I can’t wait to get involved on the day.”


If you would like to support ENS in their fundraising for Vibrance, you can donate via the ENS Just Giving page 


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