Halstead man enters cycle challenge for children's charity

David Hook, left, with uncle Matt will ride 70 miles for Action for Children

David Hook, left, with uncle Matt will ride 70 miles for Action for Children

First published in News

A Halstead man and his nephew will take part in a cycling challenge to raise money for a children’s charity.

Planning officer Matt Wood, 27, of Brewery Drive, and his nephew David Hooks, 12, of Rayne, will ride a total of 70 miles on the Suffolk Coast Bike Ride for Action for Children on August 3.

Mr Wood said: “David and I are really looking forward to it. I’m a keen cyclist and David has just got into it.

“It’s the first time he’s done anything like this so we though this would be good for him.

“It’s a great charity and it does good, local work, and I love cycling so it’s a dual benefit.”

Visit uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/Mattanddavid.

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