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Budapest trek for charity biker from Cinnamon Brow
5:20pm Tuesday 28th August 2012 in News
A GROUP of motorcyclists will leave Warrington this weekend for an extraordinary charity effort. Lee Harrison, from Cinammon Brow, is part of a five man team travelling from the town to Budapest, clocking up 1,276 miles in 24 hours. Lee’s daughter, Robyn May, aged 11, was born with numerous rare conditions and by age four, her lack of motor skills meant she could not sit up. He found out about Stick n Step, a charity which helps children with brain disorders. He has raised money every year for the past seven years and this year with Jason Mather, Andrew Griffiths, Martin Trump, Dave Smith he will take part in the most ambitious project yet. He said: “We will realise the dream by motorcycling from Warrington to Budapest, which is the home of the founder of conductive education professor Peto who opened the Peto institute in 1950. “This is some 1276 miles all within 24 Hours and deliver a hand written card from the children at Stick n Step.” To sponsor them visit justgiving.com/Lee-Harrison5.