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Morrisons staff in Stowmarket take on lunar challenge




Staff at Morrisons in Stowmarket are cycling for the moon to raise money for Sue Ryder Charity. Allan and Sandra Billngs from Sue Ryder Shop in Ipswich, Hannah Gower, Dale Robinson (Store Manager), Vanessa Holden, Stowmartian, George McKernan (Duty Manager) and Karen Cope Community Champion. ANL-150830-205736009
Staff at Morrisons in Stowmarket are cycling for the moon to raise money for Sue Ryder Charity. Allan and Sandra Billngs from Sue Ryder Shop in Ipswich, Hannah Gower, Dale Robinson (Store Manager), Vanessa Holden, Stowmartian, George McKernan (Duty Manager) and Karen Cope Community Champion. ANL-150830-205736009

Staff at Morrisons in Stowmarket are raising money for Sue Ryder by taking part in a gruelling cycle ride ... to the moon.

Between them, staff have been challenged to ride 750 kilometres as part of the supermarket chain’s “Morrisons to the Moon” challenge.

Staff at Morrisons in Stowmarket are cycling for the moon to raise money for Sue Ryder Charity. Morrisons worker Charlie Butcher on the bike. ANL-150830-205814009
Staff at Morrisons in Stowmarket are cycling for the moon to raise money for Sue Ryder Charity. Morrisons worker Charlie Butcher on the bike. ANL-150830-205814009

Across the country, staff aim to rack up a total of 384,400 km – the distance to the moon.

On Saturday August 29 and Sunday August 30, the Stowmarket store also hosted a variety of fund-raising activities including a hamper raffle, a name the teddy competition, a children’s colouring competition and a raffle for tickets to see Ipswich Town vs Derby in December.



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