Three-day charity bike ride to take in all of Norfolk’s rugby clubs
- Credit: SIMON FINLAY
Volunteer cyclists can sign up for a major Norfolk fundraising challenge where participants will cover 320 miles over three days and visit all of the county's rugby clubs. The annual Club Together 2017 event is happening in September and organisers hope to sign up 100 riders.
It is hoped the challenge will raise £50,000, half of which will go to the national Wooden Spoon charity which helps disadvantaged and disabled children and young people through rugby.
The rest of the money from Club Together 2017 will go towards charities chosen by rugby clubs.
Organiser Mark Loveday, from sponsors Loveday and Partners, said almost half the fundraising target had been pledged.
Neil Turner, from Norfolk-based Pedal Revolution, said: 'We will be there to help you overcome the scale of the challenge.'
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Each rider will pay an entry fee of £152 and each rider has to raise at least £250.
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