Rainbow Ranger takes to the Streets of Heathfield

Rainbow Ranger cycles around Heathfield in coloured lights raising money for “NHS Charities” “Mind” and “Shelter”

The Ranger is currently doing a daily advent calendar cycle until 24th December in Heathfield revealing a different animal/object on the back of his bike, every day leading up to Christmas.

He’s doing this to raise awareness of (and hopefully, funds for) both the mental health and homelessness crises that COVID 19 has made so much worse.

⏰ Timetable DAILY until Christmas eve
16:00 Station Rd > Newnham Way > Leeves Close > Waldron Thornes > Station Rd
16:15 Cherwell Rd > High Street
16:25 Millennium Way (Oakline)
16:40 High St > Mutton Hall Lane > Tower Street
17:00 down Elm inc. Walnut, Oaks, Bay Tree, Beechwood, Aspen, Larch and back up to Magnolia
17:20 Round to Mulberry > Lime > The Spinneys > Cherry > Lime
17:35 up Woodland inc. Coppice, Hawthorne, Sycamore
17:45 Top of Alexandra, down to Churchill > Longview > Birch > Pine Tree > Hailsham Rd
Your street not on the route? head over to Rainbow Ranger’s Facebook Page Add a request in the comments for your street to be included
He is continuing to raise money for Mind: “This Christmas we’re in a mental health emergency 2020 has been a year of anxiety and uncertainty and more people need us than ever before. Will you donate this Christmas and help us be there for those who need us in 2021?” Donate here: www.justgiving.com/rainbow-ranger-mind
The Ranger also has started a new page to raise money for Shelter “Many people struggling with bad housing and homelessness have already endured the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic without a safe place to live. And now, Christmas will be spent in cramped bed and breakfasts, sleeping in cars, or in temporary accommodation hundreds of miles away from family. You can help change this.” Donate here: www.justgiving.com/rainbow-ranger-shelter