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Jon Moss and Martin Atkinson

Whistle Stop Tour

Fundraising for Jane Tomlinson Appeal

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Jane Tomlinson Appeal

We carry on Jane's legacy to support children and people with cancer

Charity Registration No. 1113894

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This summer Premier League referee's Jon Moss and Martin Atkinson take on the Whistle Stop tour visting all the 2016-17 season Premier League clubs.

Starting on July 12th the pair will embark on an epic 1000 mile bike ride over 9 days visiting all 20 clubs.

All the money raised from the team's 'Whistle Stop Tour' will be split between the challenge official partner charities the Jane Tomlinson Appeal and Yorkshire Young Achievers Foundation. Money raised via this page will be split equally between both charities.

The Route
Jon and Martin with their team will visit all the 2016-17 Premier League Football clubs

12th July
Watford - Spurs - Arsenal - West Ham - Chelsea - Crystal Palace finishing in  Hook

13th July
Travel from Hook to visit Southampton and Bournemouth

14th July

Cycle from Gillingham to Aberdare

15th July
Cycle Aberdare to visit Swansea finishing in Hereford

16th July
Cycle from Hereford to West Bromich Albion and Leicester City

17th July
Cycle from Leicester City visiting Stoke City, Everton and Liverpool

18th July
Cycle from Liverpool to visit Manchester United - Manchester City - Burnley  finishing in Leeds

19th July
Cycle from Leeds to visit Hull City before travelling to York

20th July
Cycle from York for the final two clubs on the tour Middlesborough and Sunderland

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