Bargain Booze staff raise St Luke's Hospice cash

Employees from South Cheshire firm Bargain Booze pedalled 72 miles to raise £2,500 for local charity St Luke’s Hospice.

A cycling team, organised by Tommy Morrison, rode from Crewe to Llandudno.

The team of 15 pedalled from the Bargain Booze depot on Weston Road Crewe, through Crewe town centre and into the Cheshire countryside to Tarporley.

From Tarporley, they headed to Mickle Trafford and on to the Millennium Greenway cycle path towards Connah’s Quay.

They then cycled to Prestatyn and stopped for a well-deserved lunch break, then along the North Wales Coastal cycle path and cycled the remaining 20 miles into Llandudno.

Tommy said: “I would like to thank the cycling team and support staff for their time and effort in making the event an outstanding success and raising £2,500 for St Luke’s.

“I would also like to thank our shirt sponsors Ideal Recruit, Alpha Omega Securities and Linde-Sterling for their support.

“All in all we had a great day. To cycle 72 miles is an achievement in itself but to raise money at the same time, made the day extra special.”

Angela Slack, St Luke’s corporate and community fundraiser, added: “What a fantastic accomplishment, on behalf of everyone at St Luke’s I’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone from Bargain Booze who took part and raised money for our Hospice.

“The funds raised will go towards supporting patient care and services for people in mid and south Cheshire.”

St Luke’s Hospice needs to raise £8,600 a day to provide vital care and services for people in mid and south Cheshire.

To fundraise for St Luke’s, contact Angela on 01606 555691 or email [email protected]

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