Alasdair Langlands, a popular Instructor for East Lothians Rest of Life Programme (ROLP), is heading off on the North Coast 500 cycle route on 5th September 2016. He is joined by three Gullane dads. He hopes to travel 100 miles a day. I feel sore already! Not to mention the 2000 to 3700 metres of climbing each day.
The primary purpose of the ROLP is to educate and support sufferers of long term diseases by rehabilitation through a supervised physical exercise programme. The secondary purpose is to contribute to improved cardiovascular health in all who seek our expertise. This is all done with a smile!
Here is his giving page and I urge you to support him in his considerable endeavours on behalf of a longstanding local charity espousing the principles of Lifestyle Medicine.

Meanwhile, Trustee Board member Derek Stuart is tackling the Geneva to Venice bicycle ride. It involves 900kms and 21,000m of climbing.

Many thanks to both for doing this this in aid of ELCRG and the Rest of Life Programme – hugely appreciated and good luck.

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