Cyclists to ride for NSPCC

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CYCLISTS will be taking to a disused railway line to raise money for charity.

Brian Dunlop and 24 other cyclists will be riding 20 miles to raise money for the NSPCC.

They will be leaving from an industrial park in Fareham, on July 28 at 11am, and following the Meon Valley railway line picking up more cyclists in Wickham.

Brian, from St Thomas Close, in Fareham, said: ‘I do a number of fundraisers for the NSPCC.

‘It is an annual event and we look forward to it every year.

‘Children are vulnerable and our future so I think it’s right that we protect them.’

The ride is open to anyone who wants to join in and more information can be found by contacting Brian.

Call 07825 787793 or email him at b.dunlop1@btinternet.com