Riders pedal their way to £4,000 total at charity event on Snetterton circuit

Cyclists at the TJ Motorsport Cycle Snetterton race circuit event in aid of the EACH Nook Appeal.

Cyclists at the TJ Motorsport Cycle Snetterton race circuit event in aid of the EACH Nook Appeal. - Credit: Archant

Organisers of a charity cycle ride are celebrating after its second event raised over £4,000 for East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH).

Cyclists at the TJ Motorsport Cycle Snetterton race circuit event in aid of the EACH Nook Appeal.

Cyclists at the TJ Motorsport Cycle Snetterton race circuit event in aid of the EACH Nook Appeal. - Credit: Archant

TJ Motorsport's second Cycle Snetterton Circuit charity evening on Friday was again well attended.

Despite the Autumn dusk limiting their time on the track, around 400 riders turned out to enjoy riding laps of the three-mile race track.

Riders of all ages and abilities – including one daring competitor on a Penny Farthing – turned out to raise a total of £4,090 for the EACH Nook Appeal.

Organiser Trevor Griffiths said: 'All were stars in their own right, but none will forget the sight of Barry Denny's five energetic laps on his original Penny Farthing.


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'A big thank you to everyone who attended, to the great bunch of friends who helped on the night, and of course to Snetterton circuit.'

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