Some of the amazing ladies from Havebury, took part in the Women on Wheels event for St Nicholas Hospice.
Starting at Nowton Park, Bury St Edmunds, the Havebury team used their pedal power to explore the Suffolk countryside. As well as taking part in the cycle, Havebury sponsored the event and have so far managed to raise over £700 for the local charity.
‘Havebury were very proud to sponsor the Women on Wheels event this year for such a great local cause. It was fantastic to see women of all ages and abilities coming together to raise a great deal of money and awareness for St Nicholas Hospice. The Havebury team thoroughly enjoyed the event and look forward to taking part next year!’
Marie McCleary, Director of Resources and Company Secretary.
A huge well done to everyone who participated, volenteered and came out to support the ladies on the day!
About Women on Wheels
Hot on the wheels of last week’s announcement of the Suffolk stage of the Women’s Tour. The hugely popular Women on Wheels (WoW) event came back for a sixth year in Bury St. Edmunds.
The ride took place on Sunday 7th July 2019 starting from Nowton Park. Four route were available to suit all abilities…10, 25, 50 or 70 miles.
WoW Bury St.Edmunds, is one of four WoW events across Suffolk this year. The events are organised by Abbeycroft Leisure in partnership with Suffolk County Council. The event is sponsored by Havebury Housing Association and supported by specialist bike retailer Revel Outdoors, and all proceeds from the event will be donated to local charity, St Nichols Hospice Care, Bury St.Edmunds.
The WoW events are mass participation female only bike rides aimed at ladies of any age or ability (children must be 12 or over) and they focus on the fun, friendly and inclusive aspects of cycling.
If this sounds like an an event you want to be involved in get involved next year!