Specsavers in Cambridge is set to hold a cycle inspired fundraiser ahead of the arrival of the world’s greatest cycle race in the city.
Gruelling cycle challenge
Specsavers stores, located at 30 Lion Yard and 13 Fitzroy Street, will hold a week-long cycling competition, with both stores competing to finish the 546km distance of English leg of the tour in first place.
The event, starting on Sunday 29 June will see exercise bikes placed outside both stores with customers invited to enter a raffle to win £500 worth of vouchers from Station Cycles.
Charitable donations in aid of EACH
All donations will be given to local charity, East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice, with the aim of reaching the target of £546. To further boost funds the stores will be asking for donations in exchange for specs MOTS. Specsavers Cambridge store director, Henry Churchill says:
‘Playing host to part this great race is a momentous occasion. We also thought it provided us with a great opportunity to do something fun and raise vital funds for our regional charity, East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice. Specsavers will also be handing out cycling-inspired goody bags throughout the week containing various cycling related products.