By: 11 July 2018
STEPS Rehabilitation raise £1,400 for the Spinal Injuries Association

A team of over 60 people from law firms, banks and local businesses from across Yorkshire joined forces on 24 May to take part in a 24-hour charity cycle that raised an impressive £1,400 for the Spinal Injuries Association.
The “Ride and Shine” team of cyclists rode on static bikes at STEPS Rehabilitation, a state of the art rehabilitation centre in Sheffield that opened its doors just over a year ago. Riders included the STEPS team and clients, catastrophic injury and clinical negligence lawyers from Stewarts Law, Irwin Mitchell, Switalksis, Ramsdens and Graysons solicitors; as well as a team from Santander UK. They were joined by World Champion Paratriathlete Steve
Judge and cyclists Laura Frankie and Lucy Whitehead from Team GB.
STEPS Rehabilitation provides intensive and ongoing rehabilitation for people recovering
from neurological and multiple trauma injuries, enabling them to reach their full potential and return home and/or to work as soon as possible.
The team of riders cheered on by special guest and Sheffield previous Sheffield resident – Rev Kate Bottley from Channel 4’s Googlebox, BBC Radio 2 and BBC Songs of
Praise, who blew the starters whistle.
Elaine Johnston and Chris Fitzjohn from SIA visited the state-of-the art facility on
Wednesday 4 July, and were presented the cheque by Director and joint Founder, Jules
Elaine Johnston said, “Spinal Injuries Association wish to thank STEPS Rehabilitation for
their fantastic donation of £1,400 raised through the 24-hour cycle, which took place in May