FUNDRAISERS in Ellesmere Port are being urged to get on their bikes to support the deaf.
Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID) is looking for people to take part in the London to Paris cycle challenge to raise vital funds for the charity’s research and services.
They want to hear from cyclists who are up for pedalling the 300km between the two capitals between June 26-29.
Places in RNID’s team are available on a first come, first served basis by paying a registration fee of £150 and raising a minimum of £1000.
People who sign up before January 31 will receive a 15% discount on their registration fee.
Caroline Jupe, RNID events and community fundraising manager, said: “If you’ve looking to lose the excess pounds you’ve accumulated over the festive period, get your fitness in gear in the New Year by signing up for RNID’s London to Paris cycle challenge.”
- For more information about the challenge contact Caroline Jupe on 0845 634 0687, e-mail email@example.com or visit www.rnid.org.uk/pariscycle