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Jacob Giles


Fundraising for Huddersfield Town Foundation

136 %
raised of £2,250 target
by 51 supporters
  • Team members: Ian Jones, Liam Jones and Jacob Giles
  • Event: Pedal for Pounds 10 with Made by Cooper, 29 Apr 2019 to 03 May 2019

Pedal for Pounds 10 with Made by Cooper

Pedal for Pounds 10 with Made by Cooper: The Chairman's Choice is a 313 mile bike ride in aid of the Town Foundation, Yorkshire Air Ambulance, Ruddi's Retreat and Kirkwood Hospice

Charity Registration No. 1146501


Ian and Liam Jones and Jacob Giles will be taking part in pedal for pounds 10 - a 313 mile bike ride round through Belgium, Holland and the UK!

Each cyclist is required to raise at least 750, therefore this combined page hopes to raise 2250! Thank you for your support!

See below for the full route and charity details!

The 10th anniversary event will be a European adventure around Belgium and the Netherlands between Monday 29 April and Friday 3 May 2019.

The money raised from the ride will go half to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and half to the Town Foundation. The Foundation will split their half in three ways; one third to Kirkwood Hospice, one third to Ruddis Retreat and they will use the remaining third for their own Breakfast Clubs.

The Pedal for Pounds 10 with Made By Cooper journey will begin on Monday 29 April 2019, when the cyclists depart on a coach from PPG Canalside to catch an evening ferry from Hull to Zeebrugge.

The following the day after getting off the ferry, the cyclists will travel 71-miles from Zeebrugge, through the medieval city of Bruges and into Antwerp, where they will stay for the night.

On Wednesday 1 May 2019 the P4P10 participants will have a long day in the saddle, cycling 107-miles from Belgium into the capital of the Netherlands, Amsterdam.

After spending the night in Amsterdam, the cyclists face a 55-mile race to the ferry! The route will take them through The Hague to Rotterdam the shortest leg of the journey.

Once again, the cyclists will spend the night on the ferry before making their way home; cycling 80 miles from Hull back to Huddersfield at PPG Canalside.

After recovering from the 313-mile ride, all the cyclists with then gather together for a lap of honour ahead of Towns final Premier League game of the season against Manchester United.