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"Kev Moody 150" Lincoln ride Donations

We are dedicating the Lincoln 150 to Kev Moody for WaterAid because he believed everyone should have clean water.

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  • Event: Anglian Water's Lincoln 150, 21 Sep 2018 to 22 Sep 2018

WaterAid

We provide clean water and decent toilets to everyone, everywhere

Charity Registration No. 288701 (England and Wales) and SC039479 (Scotland)

Story

Kevin Moody (Kev) was a mechanic at Littlecoats WTW in Grimsby and was a well known and popular guy who had an infectious smile and relentless optimism. Unfortunately after a 10-month battle and intensive treatment for a inoperable brain tumour, he passed away in October 2017 aged 52 leaving a wife, family and many friends and colleagues. Those who knew him said he was renowned for his energy and positive attitude for life and his love for cycling was well-known. He completed the Lincoln 150 on more than one occasion, one year completing the journey down to Pitsford on a pristine vintage ‘Viscount’ bike. The WaterAid team have been given permission from his family to rename the Lincoln 150 ride to the ‘Kev Moody 150’ in memory or this much loved and respected colleague. For more information on Kev and his passion for life please visit: https://www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/news/grimsby-news/tributes-popular-grimsby-mechanic-who-703204

Clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene should be a normal part of everyone’s daily life. Without all three, people can’t live dignified, healthy lives. With all three, they can unlock their potential, break free from poverty and change their lives for good. With clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene, children are born healthier. They get the chance to go to school and grow up to become adults. Women and men get to earn a living. Whole communities start to thrive. It sounds normal and it should be.

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