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Cyclists scouting for funds

Good morning Michelle,
You may remember me contacting you a while ago about my husband and his friends doing The Way Of The Roses cycle route to raise funds for St John's Uniformed group after their scout hut was broken in to over Christmas. Well on May Bank holiday, 3rd May they set off on the 170 mile journey to Bridlington. they made it there safely and raised �816 in the process! 
In the photo are: Robert Preston, Lee Watson & Stuart McKay along with some of the cubs from St John's Uniformed group

Good morning Michelle, You may remember me contacting you a while ago about my husband and his friends doing The Way Of The Roses cycle route to raise funds for St John's Uniformed group after their scout hut was broken in to over Christmas. Well on May Bank holiday, 3rd May they set off on the 170 mile journey to Bridlington. they made it there safely and raised �816 in the process! In the photo are: Robert Preston, Lee Watson & Stuart McKay along with some of the cubs from St John's Uniformed group

Robert Preston, Lee Watson and Stuart McKay (back with cycle helmets) completed The Way of the Roses cycle route from Morecambe to Bridlington to raise funds for St John’s Uniformed group after their scout hut was broken into.

The trio pictured at the start of the route at Morecambe’s Midland hotel, with some of the cubs from St John’s Uniformed group, raised £816.

The Way of the Roses is a relatively new coast to coast cycle route from Morecambe on the north west coast of the UK to Bridlington in the east, taking in some stunning and breathtaking scenery along the way.

It is a challenging route consisting of a variety of terrain including traffic-free paths, on-road cycle lanes, country lanes and quieter roads.

The route can take anything from two days for the keen and able cyclist, to a week for those with a more leisurely pace in mind.

 

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