Knoll villagers to hold fundraising cycle ride in memory of Chris
charity cycle ride is to be held next month in memory of a Brent
Knoll man who died after losing a three-year battle with a lung
Evans, who lived in the area for 25 years, passed away two years
ago while awaiting a double lung transplant.
his family and friends in the village are organising a bike ride,
starting from outside The Red Cow pub on July 14th at 11am, to
raise money for The British Lung Foundation.
26-mile route will take cyclists across the Somerset Levels to
Godney, returning to The Red Cow for a barbecue later in the afternoon.
daughter, Jenny, told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "Chris often went
along to the Red Cow and with their kind support, and the support
of our many friends, we are organising this event."
year we raised over £1,600 and had over 50 cyclists and
over 100 people at the barbecue. We are hoping to beat this figure
at this year's event."
tickets cost £10 per adult and £6 per child and are
available from The Red Cow or the village's Post Office until
Cyclists outside The Red Cow from last year's bike ride