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Firefighters from White Watch, Rhyl are taking part in a two part biking challenge to raise funds for local charities.
Following on from the success of their sponsored bike ride last year from Caernarfon Castle to Cardiff Castle, this year the cycling mad firefighters will be biking the entire length of Hadrian's Wall from the West Coast of England to the East Coast of England over two days on the 8th and 9th of July.
To help raise funds for their efforts, the firefighters will also be taking part in a spinning challenge at Prestatyn's new retail park, Parc Prestatyn on Saturday 22nd June. This challenge will be them riding spinning bicycles for the day covering the 180 miles distance ofHadrian's Wall.
The funds raised will be shared between Tŷ Gobaith, St Kentigerns and The Fire Fighters Charity.
Richie Westwood, Crew Manager on White Watch, Rhyl said: "We're hoping to raise as much money as possible for these worthy charities and we'd really appreciate your support at the spinning event in Prestatyn Parc.
"As well as meeting your local firefighters, you'll have the opportunity to ask any fire safety questions and register for a free home fire safety check.
"We'd like to make this the biggest and best challenge yet and we're hoping that the communities of Rhyl and Prestatyn will get behind their local firefighters and support us in this goal."