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Static cycle race raises £6,000 for charity




Cyclists and ex Stamford school pupils from the Pelargos Foundation doing a charity ride at Stamford Wine Bar EMN-150920-164839009
Cyclists and ex Stamford school pupils from the Pelargos Foundation doing a charity ride at Stamford Wine Bar EMN-150920-164839009

A local charity has raised more than £6,000 in aid of The British Liver Foundation and GiveDirectly, following a 3,138 mile static cycle relay race.

The group of former Stamford School pupils, who set up The Pelargos Foundation in 2014, spent 40 hours cycling the distance from Stamford to Lagos in Nigeria.

The event took place at the Stamford Wine Bar over the weekend of September 19 and 20.

Chairman, Will McMillan, said “We would like to thank everyone who came down to the Stamford Wine Bar to show us such great support and for being so generous in donating.”

For more information about the charity visit the website.



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