Lemon4Helen challenge

Supporter and head chef at The Lemon Tree Restaurant in Bishop’s Stortford – Luke Fishpool – has come up with sharp way to fundraise. He is challenging people to be brave enough to take on the Challenge?

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Luke and his wife Sue have been coming up with mouth watering ways to raise funds for the charity and have recently held several Tea for Helen’s for cyclists at their home as well as tasting evening’s at their restaurant.

Next weekend Luke and his son are gearing up to take part in the Prudential Ride London on Sunday 2 August. This 100 mile cycle ride is a legacy of the 2012 London Olympic Games, and HRCC has three golden bond places annually for this event. If you are interesting in securing one of these places in 2016 please contact the Fundraising Team on 01245 380719, or email fundraising@helenrollason.org.uk

For more details on The Lemon Tree go to www.lemontree.co.uk

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