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AGM riders help local charity

On the 9th June, 2 AGM Services employees took to their bikes, to complete the Ribble Valley Ride, in aid of local charities. The ride saw them pedalling through the countryside, crossing the river Ribble and passing through the villages of West Bradford and Bashall Eaves. Then crossing back over the Hodder and Ribble rivers over the ancient Edisford Bridge before finishing for a well-deserved bacon butty.

Fiona Morrison, Operations Director and Jordan Young, Stores Manager were delighted to take part in the 25 mile scenic course.

The Ribble Valley Ride is organised on an annual basis in aid of local charities, Rosemere Cancer Foundation, Dans Trust and Prostate Cancer UK. In 2018 £10,000 was raised for the worthy causes and this year the cycle ride is set to beat that target.

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