pub manager takes on motorbike race for charity
manager of a Burnham-On-Sea pub is hoping to raise hundreds of
pounds for charity by taking part in the Weston Beach Race this
Robson, the manager of The Rosewood in Love Lane, is aiming to
raise £500 for Macmillan Cancer Support when he jumps onto
his motorbike to take part in the RHL Weston Beach Race on Sunday
who has worked in the Hungry Horse pub for two years, has been
riding motorbikes since he was a boy, but is taking on the famous
sandy track for the first time.
addition to his riding challenge Mark is looking to raise money
for Macmillan and plans to dress in Macmillan-themed green clothing,
including a bright wig on top of his helmet, as pictured!
friends, members of the team from the Rosewood and the Hungry
Horse mascot Super Horse will be attending to support him and
said: "I am very excited to be taking part in the Weston
Beach Race. It is a massive event and is a challenge I have wanted
to do for a while. I
know it is a very tough race and that not many who start actually
finish, so my aim is simply to finish. I have spent a lot of time
getting the bike and myself ready for this extreme challenge."
the Rosewood we are always trying to think of ways to raise money
for Macmillan so I thought why not take this opportunity to raise
some more. My outfit should make me stand out, so when people
see me and my team I hope they donate to a really good cause."
race is in its 32nd year and sees Westons beach undergo
a massive transformation into a bumpy and bendy sand track. Mark
will take part in the adult solo race that is due to begin at