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Businesses backing charity cycle event
11:01am Monday 19th May 2014 in News
PEDAL power will allow a technology company to help keep a charity flying high.
Postcode Anywhere, which is based in Diglis, Worcester, is staging a charity cycling event in aid of the Midlands Air Ambulance on Saturday, May 31 and people can still sign up to saddle up.
Cyclists of all abilities are invited to meet at Norton Parish Hall, near Worcester, at 9.30am with a range of routes to suit every rider
There will be family entertainment including a bouncy castle as well as raffle, bottle store and food and drink will be available.
Postcode Anywhere has already received a lot of support from the local business community, with the Jelf Group Plc, Droitwich accountancy practice Ballard Dale Syree Watson and PF2 fitness centres among those backing the event.
Bill Ballard, founder and partner at Ballard Dale Syree Watson said: “We are delighted to be supporting Postcode Anywhere’s Charity Cycle Day. Some of our team members are seriously competitive biking enthusiasts and will enjoy participating with other like-minded people."
Simply Fab Cakes, Worcester Warriors, Worcester County Cricket Club, Pucinis and Worcester Cycles have also contributed to the potential success of the charity cycling day by helping to promote it or have offered their services, prizes and donations.
For more information and to sign up, go to cycle.postcodeanywhere.com.
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