Team CHAC at the KM Big Bike Ride - 28 April 2019

Team CHAC is back! We’re entering a team to take part in the KM Big Bike Ride.

The charity ride, organised by the KM Charity Team, will be held on Sunday 28 April 2019, starting from Betteshanger Country Park, Deal, Kent. Team CHAC is taking part in the 50km route, but if anyone would like to ride the 100km route on behalf of CHAC we’d be delighted!

This is a thrilling way to raise money for this excellent cause. The ride will give superb views of our beautiful coastline and countryside as an added perk for participants.
— Simon Dolby, KM Charity Team

If you’d like to ride for Team CHAC please book your place at - under ‘supported charity’ please select ‘Canterbury Housing Advice Centre’. Once signed up please email Nick Jackson to be added to Team CHAC on

If you can’t take part in the ride you can still support us by sponsoring the team here: 70% of sponsorship money raised goes to CHAC and 30% will go to the children’s road safety initiatives carried out by the KM Charity Team. (The organisers' costs are paid wholly from entrance fee of £30 and not from sponsorship.)

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Christmas Wine Tasting Fundraiser for CHAC, 6 December - TICKETS AVAILABLE

Festive wine tasting at the Whitstable Castle (aka Tankerton Towers) hosted by Henry Rymill, formerly of The Wine Room now of ‘Wine Underground’, starting promptly at 8pm on Thursday 6th December.

There will be 8 festive wines: starting with a sparkling wine, then 3 white wines then 4 reds. The theme will be suggestions for Christmas, either for the feast on the big day, as gifts or gluggable party and festive wines. There will be mince pies on arrival as well as nibbles halfway through with local cheeses form the Cheesemakers of Canterbury and Italian salamis, olives, sundried tomatoes etc.

The evening includes 8 wine tastings, nibbles, a raffle with some great prizes (tickets can be purchased on the night), and fun & games…

Total cost: £40 of which £20 goes to CHAC.

To book please email Peter Ash on