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Members of East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Public Health team will take part in a tough ‘Cities of Culture’ cycling challenge. The trip will take more than nine days to finish and will take the staff from Beverley to Ireland and back to Cottingham to promote public health and cycling, whilst providing an opportunity to raise money for charity.
The team will set off from Beverley on May 19th, travelling to Liverpool and across to Ireland via ferry, returning back to Holyhead via Liverpool, over the Humber Bridge into Hull and ending at the Lawns in Cottingham on Sunday, May 28th.
The aim of the challenge is to promote cycling as one of the best ways for people to achieve good health and fitness. The participants, who are volunteering in their spare time, will cover distances of approximately 50-60 miles each day and will raise funds for the local British Heart Foundation.