Ted and Denise Pearson have completed their epic journey riding the length of the United Kingdom cycling nearly 1,000 miles from Land’s End to John o’ Groats.

They undertook the epic challenge in support of the  Music Service to raise funds to purchase new rock instruments and equipment and upgrade the lighting system to launch new classes for City youngsters. Our new project “Make Wolves Rock” will provide a weekly programme for children and young people interested in song writing, joining a band or performing on stage. It is due to launch in the Autumn of 2019 

We are so grateful to Ted and Denise who have close links with the Music Service – their eldest grandchild Ella learnt to play the oboe through the Wolverhampton Music Service and is now at Cardiff Welsh Royal College.
Their grandson Jack played the guitar at WMS and other grandson Billy plays the cello and attends one of the orchestras.

“All of them have benefited so much from the Music Service that we wanted to give something back.”

With Ted and Denise’s extraordinary effort we are well on the way to achieving the magical figure of £5855 which will atoumatically trigger a payout from the the Arts Council to double the amount raised.

If you feel you would like to make a donation then please use one of the following links to support Ted and Denise’s heroic efforts 🙂

https://www.spacehive.com/makewolvesrock

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/teddenise-lejog

Photos courtesy of the Express and Star