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16 October 2018



16 October 2018

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Chairman Dean Hoyle to announce the ride’s destination

- Reveal date set for Pedal for Pounds 10
- The event will be held at PPG Canalside on Tuesday 16 October 2018
- Chairman Dean Hoyle and Commercial Director Sean Jarvis in attendance

The Club’s tenth annual Pedal for Pounds with Made By Cooper bike ride will be revealed at PPG Canalside on Tuesday 16 October at 7pm - and this time it’s the Chairman’s choice!

Chairman Dean Hoyle commented:

“As it’s the 10th instalment, the decision on where we are going has been left to me - so rest assured there won’t be that many hills! That’s all I can say for now”.

Dean will be joined by the Club’s Commercial Director, Sean Jarvis who will give details of the date of the ride, the destination and preliminary plans. They’ll reminisce over past events and hear from the charities who have benefitted from recent events on how the money has helped them.

The evening is open to everyone whether you’ve taken part in a P4P event or not, and the organising team will be there to answer any questions you may have.

The ride will once again, for the third consecutive season, be supported by Club partner Made by Cooper.

Huddersfield Town’s Club Ambassador, Andy Booth commented:

“We are really excited for the 10th annual Pedal for Pounds; it’s been decided by our Chairman Dean Hoyle, so I’m sure it’ll be another big one!

“Last year was a huge success we raised a lot of money and it has really made a difference to the charities we donated it to.

“Anyone that is interested in giving it a go, no matter what level of experience you have, should come down to PPG Canalside for the big reveal!

“There is only a limited amount of spaces on the ride, so if you’re interested come and check it out.”

Last year’s P4P9 saw 175 cyclists cycle 282 miles in May 2018 as they visited the memorials of six former Huddersfield Town players who died in WW1. In their efforts they raised a significant amount of money which was a big help towards the £245,474 raised for the ‘Keep It Up’ campaign in 2017/18.

The campaign has now raised over £1.95 million in total.

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