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Howard's Pedal for pounds 6 page

Fundraising for Yorkshire Air Ambulance Charity

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  • Event: Pedal for pounds 6, 01 May 2015 to 02 May 2015

Yorkshire Air Ambulance Charity

We provide a life saving emergency service to the whole of the Yorkshire region

Charity Registration No. 1084305

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                             Tower to Tower.

An appeal to your generous nature...

Please support a hard working albeit ageing Contract Manager in his attempt to cycle from Victoria tower atop castle hill in Huddersfield, all the way across the Pennines to the bright lights of Blackpool and her famous tower. 

The adventure begins Friday 01st May @ 10.00am, and following 70 gruelling miles I get a well earned overnight stay in the Las Vegas of the North.

Following a hearty breakfast, the taking of the sea air and In the spirit of making it really interesting (and because cycling one way doesn't seem mad enough) we return on Saturday 02nd May....yes another 70 miles all the way to the finish line at the hallowed turf that is Huddersfield  town football ground.

On a serious note I am taking part in the Pedal for pounds 6 cycle ride organised by Huddersfield town football club in order to raise funds for the yorkshire air ambulance and the HTFC youth academy. I am hoping to raise £1000 to split 50/50 between the 2 worthy causes so your help is much appreciated.

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  • Castle hill in the far distance
  • The mast +5

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