Berrys staff use pedal power to raise £1600 for Air Ambulance

Published September 12th, 2014

Staff at property and business advisers Berrys put power behind their pedals last weekend to raise £1600 for charity in a 100-mile cycle marathon.

The fund raisers had to pedal flat out for six hours on the cycle track at Sundorne Sports Village in Shrewsbury to complete the 100 miles for Midlands Air Ambulance.

The event was coordinated by Berrys’ Shrewsbury office with family members and staff from other offices taking part too to tackle the challenge.


The Air Ambulance is Berry’s chosen charity and over the past three years the group has raised more than £10,000 to support its vital life-saving services.

“This was a new challenge for us and we were delighted how it went, ” said event organiser Mandy Seedhouse, a planning and environmental consultant at the Shrewsbury office.

“A good number of people took part on the day – which was good a job as we all had to pedal as fast as possible to complete the challenge on time,” she said.

“Money is still coming in but we are on target to meet and hopefully exceed our £1,600 goal,” she added.

There is still time to sponsor so please visit to support the effort.  For more details contact or 01743 267066.

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Planning and Environmental Consultant
Tel: 01743 267066
Mobile: 07974 153211

After graduating from Harper Adams with an Honours Degree in Rural Enterprise & Land Management, Mandy joined the Berrys Shrewsbury Office and gained valuable experience in all areas of rural professional work. Mandy is a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, a Fellow of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers and a Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute.

Mandy has over 10 years experience in planning and environmental work and has been responsible for project managing and obtaining planning permission for a wide range of projects ranging from intensive and large scale agricultural units to commercial and residential property.  As a Chartered Surveyor, she also has valuable experience in other areas of rural professional work which is valuable when offering specialist planning and environmental advice.