Charity Bike Ride next month

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Geoff Hurst signed picture
J S Park

We are now just 10 days away from the start of our Land's End to John o' Groats bike ride in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.

So far with cash and online donations we have received over £3000.

This evening sees an Auction at the Tuesday Quiz Night at the Lord Combermere where we have signed memorabilia from Geoff Hurst and Park Ji Sung and a fantastic dinner party provided by Des Mullock.

Online donations can be made on our webpage by clicking the link below the photos.

To support us on route our schedule is as follows:


  • 5th April Land's End to Whiddon Down 97 miles 

  • 6th April Whiddon Down to Thornbury 110 miles 

  • 7th April Thornbury to Coxbank 116 miles

  • 8th April Coxbank to Kendal 110 miles

  • 9th April Kendal to Abington 106 miles

  • 10th April Abington to Pitlochry 115 miles

  • 11th April Pitlochry to Tain 118 miles

  • 12th April Tain to John o' Groats 86 miles

  • Total 858 miles


You can also follow us throughout the 8 days by following us on Twitter @davidcooper99*

 

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