IF you’re out and about in Norfolk this weekend, you might spot a group of cyclists doing their bit to raise money for charity.
Eight cyclists set off from the Wisbech Thurlow Nunn site on Friday morning to embark on a three-day 290-mile journey to Norwich. Their aim was to raise as much cash as possible for Help for Heroes and EACH (East Anglian Children’s Hospices).
Yesterday (Friday), they cycled almost 90 miles to Holt, going via King’s Lynn and Fakenham.
Today (Saturday), they are due to go on to Diss, via Deerham. Their last day of cycling tomorrow (Sunday) will see them on the final leg to the flagship Thurlow Nunn site at Norwich, travelling via Beccles and Great Yarmouth.
The main organiser of the mammoth cycling challenge was Gordon Mills, the general manager at the King’s Lynn site.
Vauxhall Thurlow Nunn management also joined in, with MD Simon Bottomley getting on his bike as well.
• See this week’s Fenland Citizen to see how the cyclists got on.