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Corrin Eaton and the Men Can Talk Group from Chantry Library will be undertaking a 300+ mile cycling challenge between all 44 branches of Suffolk Libraries (starting and finishing in Chantry) on 7/8/9 May 2022.  The team will be escorted by a support vehicle kindly donated for the 3-day event by Inchcape BMW Ipswich, and will be camping overnight at pitches kindly donated by The Hollies Kessingland and Ling's Meadow (Diss).  

Staff, family, friends and group members will add to the total miles by cycling in-branch on exercise bikes over the course of the 3 days (hoping to turn Corrin's 300 miles into 600 miles).

This event is to raise vital funds for Suffolk Libraries and the array of mental health, wellbeing and support services offered (including services such as the Men Can Talk group).  It also hopes to raise awareness of the important of men talking this Mental Health Week.


TOTAL RAISED PRIOR TO THIS PAGE GOING LIVE: £62.50 including Gift Aid:

£20 from anonymous donor,

£30 from Stacey 


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£611.75 raised of £500.00 target

£507.00 donated and £104.75 in GiftAid

Target

122 %

When

From 8th April 2022. Until 8th June 2022.

Donations

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Suffolk Libraries from Suffolk Libraries

Suffolk Libraries is an Industrial and Provident Society, a not for profit, independent and charitable organisation. We are contracted by Suffolk County Council to run the library service for the benefit of the people of Suffolk, and whilst we receive our core funding from Suffolk County Council, we also need to find ways to generate our own income and raise awareness of our charitable status.