A team of cyclists from Edwards PC Clevedon have completed a 205 mile bike ride all in the aid of raising money for a UK charity, the Children's Hospice South West.
The annual Ride for Precious Lives, which is in its 12th year, sees cyclists tackle more than 200 miles over three days all in the name of raising vital funds for the south west’s only children’s hospice charity. This year the route was reversed so cyclists started at Charlton Farm children’s hospice in Wraxall near Bristol on Friday 9 July, cycled past Little Bridge House hospice in Barnstaple on Saturday and finished at Little Harbour children’s hospice in St Austell on Sunday.
The charity’s three hospices; Little Bridge House, Charlton Farm and Little Harbour, have remained open throughout the pandemic providing local children and families with vital care and support during extremely uncertain times. Costing more than £12 million a year to run, CHSW relies almost entirely on voluntary donations to ensure this care can continue being offered.
More information on the Children's Hospice South West and the Ride for Precious Lives can found here.