Scarborough Lifeboat crew thanks cyclists after 50-mile bike ride raises £725
The Leeds Arms in Scarborough and the Marauding Riders have completed a charity bike ride in aid of Scarborough Lifeboat and Motor Neurone Disease.
The Marauding Riders cycled the 50 miles from Acaster Malbis to Scarborough lifeboat station raising £725.50 in aid of the RNLI.
A spokesman at Scarborough Lifeboat Station said: “The crew would like to personally thank all involved for their incredible efforts and for raising vital funds allowing us to continue to save lives at sea.”
Coxswain Lee Marton said: “These funds will go towards our continued effort in keeping people safe from the dangers of the sea.
“Donations help pay for lifesaving equipment, training, the day to day running of the station and much more. It’s charitable donations like this that keep the RNLI doing what it does best – saving lives at sea.”
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