Harp Hilly Hundred Charity Donations


Over the past few years we have donated at least 50% of the entry fees received for the event to charity.

For 2018 we are donating £1200 to charity. Cyclists Fighting Cancer, Prostate Cancer UK and Cycling UK are the nominated charities, each receiving £400,

In 2017 three charities, Guide Dogs for the Blind, the Cynthia Spencer Hospice in Northampton and CassieWorld, a fund for a 10 year old girl suffering from Rett Syndrome, were chosen to receive £500 each. The proceeds from the Harp Hilly Hundred was topped up from Harp Road Club funds to allow us to donate a total of £1500. .

Cynthia Spencer Hospice presentation

Presentation to Cynthia Spencer Hospice in 2017


The North London Hospice was our selected charity for 2016. A cheque for £1000 was presented to them at their Finchley based hospice.

N London Hospice presentation

Presentation to North London Hospice March 2016

In 2015 our chosen charities were the Macular Society and Breast Cancer Care, both receiving donations of £550.

2015 Donation Acknowledgements
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For 2014 £1100 was split between Enfield Women's Centre and the Heather Club.
2014 Donation Acknowledgements
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In 2013, £1000 was donated to ReachOut plus and in 2012 we donated a total of £1500 to our selected charities, £750 to Sustrans and £750 to CRY.

2013 Presentation to ReachOut plus

Presentation to ReachOut plus in March 2013

For 2011 we were able to donate £1200 to our chosen charity for the year, which was the Linkage Community Trust selected in memory of our former club secretary Bryan Hutt who was the main driving force behind the organisation of the Harp Hilly Hundred in recent years and who passed away in 2010.
2011 Donation Acknowledgements
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In 2010 we donated £1200 to charity split between the three charities, St Albans Mencap, Shelter and Vic Dashwood Memorial Fund.
2010 Donation Acknowledgements
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For 2009 the selected charity was the RSPCA Blackberry Farm, Quainton and a cheque of £300 was presented to the charity. In previous years, charities we have donated to include, Macmillan Nurses, St Albans Mencap & Richard House.

RSPCA cheque presentation

Presentation of cheque by Alison Putman to RSPCA Blackberry Farm, Quainton
(Photo courtesey of Inspiration Photography)