Sandra’s bike ride raises money for Down’s Syndrome charity
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A St Neots beauty therapist managed to raise £500 for a charity that supports children with Down’s Syndrome after completing a 105-mile bike ride.
Sandra Booth, owner of The Crystal Rooms in Eaton Socon, took on a nine-hour bike ride from Cromer to St Neots, last month.
Sandra takes part in annual fund-raising challenges, and this year she chose to support Small Steps in Huntingdon.
“Although I am quite fit, this was only the fifth time that I had been out on the bike and I have never been in the saddle for that long so it was a big thing for me. I did ache the next day, but it wasn’t too bad.
“I would like to thank everyone who donated to this great cause, it is very much appreciated.”
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Sandra hopes to do the London to Brighton charity ride next year.
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