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Request from Haddenham Cycle Training

Do you have a roadworthy children's bike in your garage that is no longer used? Would you like to support a local organisation committed to helping children and young people cycle safely and with confidence?

Haddenham Cycle Training is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company and we need bikes to take into schools for loan to children who do not have a bike. Bikes surplus to requirements will be serviced then sold at a reasonable price to families who cannot afford to buy new.

No donations will be wasted

How can I donate?
Please phone or text Tim Chapman on 07817 890465.

PS: We urgently need a couple of small bikes with stabilisers.

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