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SEATON: Charity cyclists stop off in Seaton

Thursday, 15 May 2014

Two charity cyclists stopped off in Seaton on the fourth day of their 12 day cycle ride from St Austell to Dover, writes IAN?BARRADALE. They were greeted by Seaton & District Lions Club president George Mabon, who congratulated them on their journey so far and exchanged Lions Club banners with Susan Saunders, president of Adur East Lions Club. With the support of local cyclists and Lions Club members, the two charity cyclists set off on a 12 day challenge from St Austell on April 22nd. Susan Saunders, president of Adur East Lions Club, and her partner – Lion Maurice Allen – aim to raise as much as possible for the Lions International Blood Research Appeal (LIBRA) – a charity which helps to tackle blood cancers. The couple, both from Shoreham-by-Sea in Sussex, cycled more than 420 miles in 12 days.

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