Thanks to wonderful people who helped put Two Wheels for Woodlands together

PUBLISHED: 12:00 02 July 2014

Two Wheels for Woodlands cyclists at Alconbury Weald. Picture: COLIN BENNETT

Two Wheels for Woodlands cyclists at Alconbury Weald. Picture: COLIN BENNETT

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A special thanks to our Two Wheels for Woodlands sponsors, who helped to put together this fantastic event.

Thanks to our gold sponsors Move with Us, silver sponsors Luminus, Circle Health and Alconbury Weald Enterprise Campus, which also allowed us to use the former airfield for the event, and bronze sponsors VIP Polymers and Kent Blaxill.

Thanks also go to Cambridge-shire County Council for giving us a cycle legacy small grant.

The event would not have happened if it were not for great help and support from organisers Wheels in Wheels Events, St Ives Cycling Club’s Tom Caldwell and Alan Moules, St Neots Cycling Club and Peterborough Cycling Club.

Our fantastic volunteers were Richard and Annis Ostler, Sharon Temple, Alisa Davis and Ryan Watson from RAF Alcon-
bury, Manoj Patel, Tim and Joan Cockerell, George, the team at Alconbury, Andrew Thompson, Simon Richardson, Trevor Porter, Fearne Chin and Louise at Abbotsley.

Special mentions go to Skanska’s Richard Kingston, Dilly Lidder and Anthony Lombardi, Gap Plant Hire in Peterborough, Nicky and Beni at All Undercover Marquees in Somersham, Garry at Landsman toilet hire in Buckden, Zep from Mini Monster Munchbox, Anoop from Noopy Nice Creams, facepainter Jennifer Caterino-Davis, from Huntingdon, and Richardsons Cycles.

Thanks also to Cliff Austine, resilience technician at the East of England Ambulance Service, Huntingdon Waitrose, Tesco in Huntingdon, Bar Hill and Hampton, and Mid England Co-operative.

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