Knoll villagers to hold fundraising cycle ride in memory of Chris
charity cycle ride is to be held this weekend in memory of a Brent
Knoll man who died after losing a three-year battle with a lung
Evans, who lived in the area for 25 years, passed away five years
ago while awaiting a double lung transplant.
family and friends in the village are holding their annual fundraising
bike ride, starting from outside The Red Cow pub on Sunday July
3rd at 11am, to raise money for The British Lung Foundation. The
events have raised £8,000 so far.
25-mile route will take cyclists across the Somerset Levels to
Godney, returning to The Red Cow for a barbecue later in the afternoon.
daughter, Jenny, right, is planning a unique fundraising
raffle this year when a collectable Charlie Bear can be won.
coveted Charlie Bear, whose name is Ian, is a sizeable bear standing
at 80cm tall. He is a fully jointed bear and retails for £150,"
the bear has the softest fur imaginable and would make a great
addition to anyone's home. I will be sad to see him go! For
your chance to take him home, come along to the event and help
to support a great cause."
are £10 per adult, £6 per child, and can be purchased
from the Red Cow Inn or the Post Office in Brent Knoll. For further
information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org