MyWorkwear has announced a new fundraising challenge, the RADical Rogues Rally, following a pledge to help fight dementia by supporting the charity, Race Against Dementia, for a second year. 

MyWorkwear, a supplier of customised clothing and personalised workwear based in Shropshire, announced their intention this week to make Race Against Dementia their nominated charity for a second year.

The charity is close to everyone’s heart at the company, as its founder Mike Worthington passed away from dementia with Lewy Bodies in 2021. After undertaking the CannonBawz Challenge last year and raising over £6000 with a group of fellow drivers, the company was keen to launch a new challenge in 2023 to support the charity in a larger way.

The new event, which is going to be headed by co-managing director, James Worthington, will take place from 19th to 22nd May when a selection of super, sports and classic cars will tour around four different routes in Wales – the Dragons Spine, Snowdon to Anglesey, Anglesey itself and the Brecon Beacons to South West Coast route – adding up to over 500 miles. 

Mr Worthington said, ‘After losing my father to dementia I was moved to support the fight against this terrible disease and I am determined to raise as much money as possible for Race Against Dementia. The RADical Rogues Rally will hopefully act as a strong start to our fundraising and beat our total from last year. We hope it will also be an event that will grow in the future.’