St Albans man raises £2,500 for charity after cycling 300 miles from London to Paris

St Albans man raises £2,500 for charity after cycling 300 miles from London to Paris

St Albans man raises £2,500 for charity after cycling 300 miles from London to Paris

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A man from St Albans has raised £2,500 for charity after cycling 300 miles from London to Paris.

Jack Tominey was raising money for NSPCC, the charity his company BrightHouse has partnered with since 2010.

Jack took on the cycling challenge with his colleague Paul Stevens after three months of intensive training. 

Jack, who lives in Burleigh Road, said: "The bike ride was certainly a challenge, but it was also lots of fun and a great opportunity to make a contribution to BrightHouse’s ongoing fundraising for the NSPCC. 

"We’d like to say a big thank you to all of our colleagues for their support and kind donations to help the charity continue its important work up and down the country."  

 

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