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22 July 2014 Written by 

Teens Unite is running a charity cycle from Broxbourne to London

Broxbourne-based charity, Teens Unite is pleased to announce it will be holding a new fundraising challenge on 7th September. Cyclists will take part in a bike ride from Broxbourne to London, where they will stop at Gordon Ramsey's pub 'The Narrow', before making the return cycle home.

The 58km cycle has been designed to bring those in the local community together to support the Broxbourne-based charity.
Those taking part will set off from the charity's respite home on High Road, Broxbourne at 10am and will be joined by the team from Teens Unite. The route will take you along the picturesque Lee Valley tow-path, until reaching Gordon Ramsey's 'The Narrow' pub, where you will stop for lunch before making the return journey back.
Debbie Pezzani, CEO and Founder of Teens Unite has said "This challenge is a great way to bring the community together and raise money and awareness for Teens Unite in the process. The local support we receive has grown so much over the past few years, so we wanted to run a local challenge that our supporters in the local area could take part in.
"It will be a really enjoyable day and is ideal for cyclists of any ability. We will be joined by those taking part in our Africa cycling challenge in November, who will be using the Broxbourne cycle as part of their training, so it is a way of us showing our support for them too."
To take part, you just have to kindly donate £5 to Teens Unite by going to www.justgiving.com/broxbournecycle.

Website: www.teensunitefightingcancer.org
Blog: www.teens-unite.blogspot.co.uk



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