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Chance for charity cyclists to ride with Friend’s Life Women’s Tour in Bury St Edmunds




Abbeycroft Leisure's director of development Alison Blackwell with cyclist and WoW participant Ann Williamson and St Nicholas Hospice Care community fundraiser Jordan Hughes. ANL-150428-161347001
Abbeycroft Leisure's director of development Alison Blackwell with cyclist and WoW participant Ann Williamson and St Nicholas Hospice Care community fundraiser Jordan Hughes. ANL-150428-161347001

Organisers of a charity cycle ride in Bury St Edmunds are offering participants the chance to ride out in front of the Friend’s Life Women’s Tour when it sets off from the town on June 17.

Those signing up to Women on Wheels on July 5, in aid of St Nicholas Hospice Care, will be in with a chance to win one of ten golden tickets when they register. All women will also be registered into a prize draw.

Alison Blackwell, director of development at Abbeycroft Leisure, the charity event’s organiser, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for ten of our Women on Wheels participants to be part of a prestigious group who will ride ahead of the Friends Life Women’s Tour.”

The competition will end on Thursday, May 21 and the prize draw will be made soon after.

To register for the WOW Ride visit www.stnicholashospice.org.uk/wow. Entry is £15.



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