Charity cycle ride finishes at Norwich City’s Carrow Road stadium
A cycle ride which finished at Norwich City's Carrow Road stadium has raised almost �7,500 for two charities.
David Holiday and Steven Whittaker cycled around the country, stopping off at all 20 Premier League football stadiums.
Mr Holliday, from Epsom in Surrey, was raising funds for The Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK and Mr Whittaker, from Hale Barns in Cheshire, raised funds for Ronald McDonald House.
They cycled over 750 miles in nine days, starting on Friday, June 8, with their first stadium being Newcastle United's Sports Direct Arena.
They then continued in an anti-clockwise direction around the country, taking in the north-west clubs, the Midlands clubs, Swansea City, the London clubs and then cycling from Newmarket to Carrow Road on the final day, on Saturday, June 16.
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For further details of the trip, and for details of how to donate to their cause, go to www.premierleaguelifecycle.blogspot.co.uk
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