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100 miles for 150 years
What do an ex-Principal, her husband and an RNC volunteer have in common?
They are all very fit amateur cyclists who have stepped up to fundraise for RNC by taking on the iconic RideLondon 100 mile challenge on Sunday 29 May in the capital.
The gruelling route will see them ride out into the Essex countryside and back again to finish at that most famous of London landmarks, Tower Bridge.
Sheila was Principal of the College from 2011 to 2015, and she and her husband, Bill, cycle regularly with their Worcestershire cycling group as well as training on the hills of the Costa Blanca in Spain where Mark Cavendish is rumoured to train as well!
They are joined by Bromyard-based cyclist, Andrew Davis, who has also helped with RNC's Tandem Club over the years and successfully completed Lands End to John O'Groats in the summer of 2020 in under two weeks, raising thousands for RNC.
Please support this intrepid trio by donating to their JustGiving page