Fundraisers brave the rain for Cycle4Cynthia through Northamptonshire's countryside
It was always going to take a lot more than persistent rain to dampen the spirits of the those turning out in force to support Northamptonshire’s favourite fundraising bike ride, Cycle4Cynthia. So it was that, despite the dreary, autumnal conditions which greeted those arriving for the annual event held in aid of Northampton’s Cynthia Spencer Hospice at Althorp on Sunday, hundreds of cyclists braved the dismal weather to take to two wheels, demonstrating that it’s worth getting a bit wet for such a worthy cause!
Indeed Saints and England rugby player Harry Mallinder, who fired the starting... read more
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