Rivers Ride heralded as another Cumbrian success
Cyclists of all ages descended on Cockermouth once again to raise money for a charity that is continuing to help so many people across Cumbria.
The Jennings Rivers Ride, which is now in its fifth year, was created in the aftermath of the 2009 floods to help raise money for the Cumbria Community Foundation.
Following the arrival Storm Desmond last December, the foundation once again sprang into action to help communities across the county recover from the devastation.
But after Jennings Brewery in Cockermouth - which supports the event - was once again hit, organisers decided to create a new... read more
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