Support your local fire fighters
By Raviliouse | Saturday, April 28, 2012, 13:39
Red Watch, from East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service in Lewes, are taking up the challenge of cycling 170 miles around all the fire stations in East Sussex.
East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service
The challenge is to take place over three days. The group will be raising raise money for the Fire Fighters Charity and Samuel's Children's Charity. The latter is a charity that aims to 'provide support in any way we can to families affected by childhood cancer not just the immediate family home but those outside like grandparents uncles and aunts as we know all too well that in todays world families are younger and extended in many ways.'
Their journey is set to begin on the 14 May through to 16 May and the team say they would be grateful for the public's support on their journey around the county.
Red Watch, Lewes, Charity Cycle Ride Itinerary:
14 May, Red Watch will be cycling to:
Preston Circus, Hove, Roedean, Newhaven, Seaford - lunch
Hailsham, Herstmonceux, Headquarters, Eastbourne, Pevensey
15 May, Red Watch will be cycling to:
Bexhill, Bohemia Road, The Ridge, Rye - lunch
Broad Oak, Battle, Burwash, Wadhurst
16 May, Red Watch will be cycling to:
Mayfield, Heathfield, Crowborough, Forest Row - lunch
Training Centre, Uckfield, Barcombe, and – finally - back to Lewes