Portsmouth charity bike challenge

(l-r) Laura Winfield, Lisa Macdonald and Anita Pullman at Morrisons in Victory Retail Park, Portsmouth, during the challenge.' 'Picture: Sarah Standing (142503-4345)

(l-r) Laura Winfield, Lisa Macdonald and Anita Pullman at Morrisons in Victory Retail Park, Portsmouth, during the challenge.' 'Picture: Sarah Standing (142503-4345)

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LEGS were given a thorough workout as staff from a Portsmouth supermarket took part in a static bike challenge.

Employees of Morrisons at the Victory Retail Park pedalled to raise money for charity Sue Ryder.

The team cycled a total of 223 miles over two days for the charity, which supports people with complex needs and life-threatening illnesses.

The Portsmouth team joined others at more than 100 Morrisons stores across the south west in cycling 24,902 miles – the circumference of the globe – for the cause.

Store general manager Simon Bartlett said: ‘Together we will raise significant funds for Sue Ryder’s vital community care and support in our area.’

Sue Ryder supports people with complex needs and life-threatening illnesses across the UK and internationally.

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