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Charity Bike Ride Part 2

Following last year's Vale of Belvoir Bike Ride for the British Heart Foundation, Morgan Finney, a pupil here at Crown Hills and his dad will take part in ‘The Charnwood Forest Ride’ on May 10th 2015 in Aid of Alex’s Wishes

This again will be a 40 Mile route (2 x 20 Mile Laps) but with the addition of riding to and from the start of the event, an additional 14 Miles.

Please sponser them by clicking here and donating to this wonderful charity

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