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Monday, September 26, 2016
Round-Britain bike ride for seafarers
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The team on dockside in Hull
A Round-Britain Bike Ride has set out from the port of Hull to raise funds for the Apostleship of the Sea.

The idea for this event came from Apostleship of the Sea Trustee David Savage, who will be completing this entire challenge and cycling 60 towns in 60 days. He invites other supporters to ‘Take the Strain – Share the Load’ and pick up the route where they can and join him in this incredible challenge!

The team was given a grand send-off from Hull Seafarers’ Centre in a launch was attended by the Lord Mayor of Hull and Lord Prescott.

To help David and the other riders meet their £100,000 target see:  www.justgiving.com/seawheeling to donate online.

To find out more about the work of AoS see: www.apostleshipofthesea.org.uk

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Tags: Apostleship of the Sea, David Savage, Sea Wheeling


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