Wisbech Grammar School staff to pedal from London to Paris in aid of three charities

22:29 17 May 2014

Robert Frost, Sean Fox, Tim Chapman, Peter Harrison, Mark Jarvis and Robert Morgan with support team members.

Robert Frost, Sean Fox, Tim Chapman, Peter Harrison, Mark Jarvis and Robert Morgan with support team members.

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Seven members of staff at a school will cycle from London to Paris to raise funds for three worthy causes.

Wisbech Grammar School staff Mark Jarvis, Robert Frost, Robert Morgan, Tim Chapman, Peter Harrison, James Williams and Sean Fox will set off on May 26 and ride 230 miles in three days.

The team is fundraising for the Motor Neurone Disease Association, Prostate Cancer UK and the Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House, Businesses which have already given their support include Schoolblazer, Brett’s Transport, Double G Clothing, A10 Auto Centre, Elgood’s, the Majestic Cinema, King’s Lynn, Iceni Waters and March builder Alan Cox.

To donate, go to http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/WisbechGrammarSchool.

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