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Andrew Sully Charity

By Wellington Bowling Club

Friday, 12 March 2021


Wellington Bowling Club Contributor


London to Paris cycle challenge 2021

My nephew and I are keen cyclists, with our main intention to raise money for an especially important charity to do this we have signed up to complete the gruelling London to Paris cycle route on 14th July 2021.

This is approximately a 300-mile journey, so it will be a challenge. The 4-day ride will take us through the beautiful countryside to Newhaven before crossing the Channel. Continuing through to the rolling green fields of Northern France, passing the war memorials and cemeteries of the Somme. The days will be long, but on reaching Paris we are hoping our efforts will be rewarded by raising money for a very worthwhile cause.

Andrew Sully Charity; As you are probably aware Andrew, a member of Watchet BC, also started his bowling with Williton BC and SBA Middleton Cup Team player had a tragic accident in July 2019 where he fell through a roof and horrifyingly broke his neck leaving him with very restricted mobility.

With your support and assistance, I am hoping to raise money for this charity. Please donate as little or as much as you can by visit, truly no donation is too small! And if you cannot donate, it would be great if you could share the fundraiser to help spread the word.

I would like to thank you all for taking the time reading this notice and for your generosity. Live updates of progression will be provided through this page when we reach our resting points of each stage during the event.

Richard Doughty

SBA Past President (2011)

Contact Information

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Corams Lane, Wellington, Somerset, TA21 8LL


Additional Information

There is free parking in the Leisure Centre car park which is immediately adjacent to the Bowling Club. Wheelchair access is via the ramp at the corner of the green where Corams Lane joins Springfield Road.