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Ten members of the Haddenham Hillbillies cycling group are attempting a tough fundraising ride in the next few days, looking to raise funds for the Chilterns MS Centre in Aylesbury (Charity Registration No. 800853).

They will be cycling 400 miles in 4 days!

Here are the bum-bruising routes:

Day 1 Haddenham to Oakham
Day 2 Oakham to Norwich
Day 3 Norwich to Colchester
Day 4 Colchester to Haddenham

The brave bunch comprises:

David Finch
Andy Coles
Damien Natale
Matt Akerman
Matt Fields
Martin Roberts
Rob Rydings
Sara Rydings
Steve Fitzpatrick
Niall Pritchard

The group is being followed in the support van by an all-female crew:

Tracey Natale
Donna Gascoyne
Michele Finch

Helping those who support individuals coping with Multiple Sclerosis has the be a very worthy cause. If you'd like to chip in a few quid, you can add to the Hillbillies' fundraising pot here.

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