Marie Curie Etape Caledonia

Contact Marie Curie on their telephone number for the Etape Caledonia charity event 0208 233 5900 to ask when the next bike ride fundraiser takes place, for information about the entrance fee or to ask how to pay in the funds that you have raised.


Overview of the Annual Charity Event

The Etape Caledonia is a 81 mike long bike ride, that both begins and concludes in Pitlochry in Scotland. Organised by Marie Curie, proceeds raised by participants help fund the charity's work in supporting those suffering from cancer or other terminal illnesses.


Etape Caledonia Phone Number - 0208 233 5900

You should phone Marie Curie on their contact number for the Etape Caledonia bicycle race 0208 233 5900 if you have any enquiries about the annual charity event. For instance, callers will be able to ask whether there are any age restrictions for competing or whether they can race with a friend. Alternatively, you should get in touch to ask how to pay your entry fee and whether there is a minimum amount of funds that you will need to raise to participate. It is essential that you familiarise yourself with the registration process if you are unsure what to do when you arrive at the event. You should also phone Marie Curie on the above contact number for information about the route used in the Etape Caledonia event. Similarly, it is advised to check what sort of bike you should use, along with recommendations on what to wear if you are not an experienced cyclist.

You should also phone the Marie Curie Etape Caledonia office 0208 233 5900 to report any lost property from a prior charity bike ride. Once you have provided a detailed description of the missing item, you will be contacted by email if the charity team are able to locate it. Moreover, the above number should be used by anyone who would like to withdraw from the event but you will only receive a refund on your entrance fee if you do within 14 days of the day of purchase.


When to Call Marie Cure

Marie Curie uses a local contact number for their Etape Caledonia office, meaning that callers will be charged the same standard per-minute rate as any other geographic call that is made from a UK mobile or landline phone. However, you may be able to contact the charity for free if you are using up any leftover inclusive minutes bundled with your mobile tariff or if your landline has free calls to local minutes. Notably, the charity department has limited opening hours, only available to take calls from 12-2pm Monday to Friday.


Email the Event Organisers

Given the limited opening times of the telephone helpline, you may be best suited to making your enquiries about the Etape Caledonia via email, and can do so when sending your message to the following address: