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Our IT guy Ben is setting off on a 320-mile round trip in aid of Marie Curie again this year. He hopes to beat what he raised last year for his favourite cause and would be grateful for your help in reaching the target.

He will be cycling Coast to Coast to Coast from Scarborough to Grange-over-Sands (on the road), then back to Scarborough (off road), taking in the Moors and the Yorkshire Dales.

The trip is from 20-24 June. Ben covers his own expenses so that all donations go direct to Marie Curie. If you have a few minutes could you please check out Ben’s Just Giving page. Any donations would be gratefully appreciated.


Thank you to everyone who donated to the 2018 Coast to Coast to Coast challenge for Marie Curie.

Ben has successfully completed the challenge and raised nearly £400 towards the £40,000 raised by the event.


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Thomas Chippendale 

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'Chippendale was one of those rare individuals whose talents transcend both time and place; he not only achieved international renown in his own lifetime, but created an artistic legacy which endures to the present day. From his day to ours, 'Chippendale' has been a byword for excellence in design and manufacture.'



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