Cyclists raise thousands of pounds for Big C charity

Members of staff from Loveday and Partners and friends who completed the Great British Cycling Festi

Members of staff from Loveday and Partners and friends who completed the Great British Cycling Festival 100-mile course for the Big C charity. Picture: Big C - Credit: Big C

Pedal power has raised thousands of pounds for cancer support and research.

Some 10 people, made up of staff from Norwich-based Loveday and Partners financial planning firm and their friends, completed a 100-mile bike challenge for the Big C charity.

The amateur riders took part in the challenge as part of the Great British Cycling Festival on Sunday, June 30, and raised over £4,000.

Loveday and Partners director, Mark Loveday, said: "To be a small part of such a big event was great fun. To be able to support such a wonderful charity while doing something you enjoy really is the best of both worlds."

In total, 37 people tackled the 100-mile course, which started and finished in Norwich, for the Big C.


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So far £10,000 has been raised for the charity through the major event.

The Big C supports people with cancer across Norfolk and Waveney as well as research.

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