The IPG completes charity cycle

The IPG completes charity cycle

The IPG has announced that members of its team have participated in the London to Brighton Bike Ride in aid of its chosen charity partner, Missing People.

The charity works to support families who are missing a loved one or those who are struggling to keep a frequent runaway safe. The team of 15 was made up of IPG staff, its members as well as a representative from Missing People.

The event entailed a challenging 54-mile ride through the Sussex and Surrey countryside, with the team setting off from Clapham Common, London, and finishing on Brighton Beach the same afternoon.

Nike Lovell, Head of Marketing, said: “The IPG team had a great sense of camaraderie, I feel inspired by their efforts, team spirit and drive. I was excited to cheer them on and welcome them to the finishing line!”

The IPG has said that there has been a staggering amount of kindness from all members, customers, family, and friends, as the group has managed to surpass its target of £1,000, raising £1,172.

Those who would like to donate to the IPG’s Missing People sponsorship page, can still do so by visiting

The IPG would also like to extend its thanks to the cyclists:

Stuart Gibbs, Kevin Oakes, Kevin John, Chris Wheeler, Karl Amos, Paul Fraser, Alan Muscat, Temoor Hussain, Naveed Hussain, Asbath Chowdhury, Simon Whittle, Paul Hilders, Russell Moulds, Andy Lunn and Amy Sweeting (from Missing People #find every child).

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