Northamptonshire’s favourite sponsored cycle ride has done it again – raising a remarkable record-breaking total of more than £76,000 for Cynthia Spencer Hospice!
They’re a golden couple who are more used to fighting their respective sporting battles on the rugby field and in the velodrome!
With husbands and wives, mums and daughters, fathers and sons and even three generations pedalling together, it was certainly a family affair at Northamptonshire’s thirteenth favourite annual fundraising bike ride, Cycle4Cynthia!
Smashing a mirror, spilling salt and putting shoes on the table are considered by some to bring bad luck, yet one Northampton MP is urging pedallers to ignore superstition and join the county’s favourite annual bike ride, Cycle4Cynthia, in its thirteenth year! Michael Ellis, whose constituency is home to the event’s beneficiary, Cynthia Spencer Hospice, is calling for riders to set aside their triskaidekaphobia – the fear of the number 13 – and help achieve a record fundraising total for this most vital of charities at the event at Holdenby House on Sunday 25th September in just thirteen days’ time!
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England’s grand slam-winning rugby captain and Saints star Dylan Hartley will be swapping his hooker’s cap for a helmet in aid of Cynthia Spencer Hospice as he sets off the riders at Northamptonshire’s favourite annual fundraising bike ride, Cycle4Cynthia, next month!
Cycling sisters Hannah and Alice Barnes, who grew up in Towcester, have set aside sibling rivalry to show their support for Northamptonshire’s favourite annual fundraising bike ride, Cycle4Cynthia!
Forget Olympic gold! The medal that Northamptonshire’s cyclists will be bidding for later this year is the one that’s hung round their necks at the end of the county’s favourite fundraising bike ride, Cycle4Cynthia, staged annually in aid of Cynthia Spencer Hospice.
She’s been the crucial cog in a wheel that’s helped to bring in hundreds of thousands of pounds for Cynthia Spencer Hospice, but after two decades of co-ordinating sponsored walks, cake sales, talent shows, concerts and of course Cycle 4 Cynthia, Community Fundraiser Sue Bownass has finally retired!