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Pedal for the Js Hospice

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Now is your chance to enjoy a Sunday cycling through Essex villages and countryside, revelling in the early May sunshine we have again ordered and absorbing the beauty of the countryside and perhaps enjoying a short stop for lunch or a drink at one of the village pubs or cafes en route

We are inviting couples, families and friends to take part in Pedal for The J’s, a successful annual charity bike ride that draws people from across Essex with excellent reviews on its organisation and variety of routes.

The event promises to be a great day out for experienced cyclists and novices alike. The ride takes in some of Essex’s most beautiful villages with a choice of three routes of 15, 35 and 50 miles. All routes will start and finish at Admirals Park in Chelmsford .The spirit of the event is ‘taking part’ so you can go as fast or slow as you like.

The J’s Hospice provides hospice care in the home for young adults throughout Essex. Due to improvements in medical care and technology, the population of young adults with life limiting conditions is growing. But at 19 years old, these patients have outgrown children’s services and need age appropriate care and support. The long term aim is to build a stand-alone hospice building in Essex.

Telephone: 01245 475474
Contact name: Jackie Roache
email: jacqueline.roache@thejshospice.org.uk
Website: www.thejshospice.org.uk

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