Elite cycle team to join hospice bike ride fundraiser

PUBLISHED: 12:21 09 May 2013 | UPDATED: 12:21 09 May 2013

Carol Newland is organising charity cycle ride for the Isabel Hospice. People taking part include Paul Newland, Will Whitten, Hector Midgley, James Newland, Guy Newland, Welwyn & Hatfield Safer Neighbourhood team Neil Rider & Amanda Bridgeman, Chloe & Olivier Cheng, James Gaby, Ellie Midgley, Carol Newland and Roger Whitten

Carol Newland is organising charity cycle ride for the Isabel Hospice. People taking part include Paul Newland, Will Whitten, Hector Midgley, James Newland, Guy Newland, Welwyn & Hatfield Safer Neighbourhood team Neil Rider & Amanda Bridgeman, Chloe & Olivier Cheng, James Gaby, Ellie Midgley, Carol Newland and Roger Whitten

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MEMBERS of a national women’s cycle team will be star guests at a bike ride starting in Woolmer Green on Sunday in aid of the Isabel Hospice.

A group from elite team CTC will be judging will be judging a children’s Pimp My Ride bike decorating competition.

Cyclists will be able to choose 10, 25 or 50 mile routes, and a barbeque will be held at the finish line.

Thai food will also be on offer.

The event has been organised by hospice supporter Carol Newland, who said: ““We are delighted to have the elite women’s cycling team join us at Sunday Cycle Ride which is a fun family day.

And she added: “This year we have a great competition for the kids where they are being encouraged to decorate their bikes in the craziest fashion they can and enter Pimp My Ride.

“The owner of the best looking bike will win an iPad.”

Members of Welwyn Hatfield’s police safer neighbourhood teams will be handing out UV marking pens.

Rides start at 8.45am and 10am at Woolmer Green Village Hall.

If you would like to take part, call Isabel Hospice Fundraising on 01707 382500 or email Carol on cazamy@btinternet.com.

To enter as an adult costs £12 and children over are £3.


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