cyclist to pedal from Land's End to Hinkley for charity
Burnham-On-Sea man is gearing up to cycle from Land's End to Hinkley
Point to raise charity cash.
Andy Brewer, pictured, works at the power station and hopes to
complete the 180 mile ride later this month to raise cash for
a charity that helps children with learning difficulties.
will get on his bike on September 27th with 14 other cyclists
who also work at Hinkley Point to undertake the challenge.
group will be raising funds for Taunton Opportunity Group (TOG),
a charity that supports pre-school children with a range of learning
They will set off next Friday morning and aim to arrive back at
Hinkley on Saturday evening where they will be welcomed home by
family, friends and representatives from the charity at a barbecue
in nearby Cannington.
Hancock, TOG's representative, said: "We cannot thank the
cyclists enough. They are setting themselves a real challenge
in an attempt to raise money for our pre-school."
"The riders and supporters are very grateful to all the sponsors
including Magnox, AM Sensors, Promanex, Darbus, Bridgwater and
Albion Rugby Club, Kitsons and Thirsty Work and the Friendly Spirit
group hope to raise at least £2000 from the event and anyone
would like to make a donation should contact Joanne.firstname.lastname@example.org.