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Stamford health worker Su to take on static cycle challenge




Lead practitioner at the Greenwood Day Surgery in Stamford Hospital Su Mansell will cycle 296 miles from London to Paris to raise money for the UK Children's charity, Action Medical Research. She is pictured with husband Stephen.
Lead practitioner at the Greenwood Day Surgery in Stamford Hospital Su Mansell will cycle 296 miles from London to Paris to raise money for the UK Children's charity, Action Medical Research. She is pictured with husband Stephen.

A health worker will prepare for a London to Paris charity cycle with a static ride.

Su Mansell, lead practitioner at the Greenwood Day Surgery in Stamford Hospital, will be at Morrisons in Stamford on Sunday. She will repeat the challenge on Saturday, January 31.

Su will then set off on her main challenge, the 296-mile cycle from London to Paris, on July 22, accompanied by her husband, Stephen Mansell, and friend, Joanne Ness, along with a number of other cyclists.

Su is supporting children’s charity Action Medical Research. To sponsor her, visit www.action.org.uk/sponsor/susanmansell.



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