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Stagecoach

Witney staff brave the rain in aid of Helen & Douglas House

30 Jun 2015

Witney cycle ride for HDHOn Sunday 28 June 2015, a team of 12 staff from Stagecoach in Oxfordshire braved the rain and clocked up 242 miles on static bikes outside the Helen & Douglas House shop in Witney.

The mileage covered is equivalent to the distance covered by the Stagecoach Witney bus routes.

On the day the team raised £101.52 from donations and the 12 riders sponsor money is still to come in.

Suzi Attree, spokesperson for Helen & Douglas House,said, "The team from Stagecoach were great and so enthusiastic, despite the rain! A big thank you to all the riders and those who supported them on the day."