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Brothers to take on 100-mile cycling race for premature babies

A pair of brothers will be taking on a gruelling 100-mile cycling race for a charity that raises funds for premature babies.

Matthew and Chris Lincoln will join 40,000 other cyclists in London this weekend for the Prudential RideLondon 100 challenge, a cycling race that begins at the heart of the capital.

The brothers will be raising funds for Ickle Pickles, a charity that supports premature babies, after Matthew’s son Freddie was born 12 weeks premature last November and spent over two months in hospital.

Chris Lincoln. (14510110)
Chris Lincoln. (14510110)

The pair will also be joined by more of Freddie’s family.

Chris, who works at C.I.T Academies in Grantham, said: “Ickle pickles provided invaluable intensive care equipment to help Freddie. Now eight months old, Freddie continues to thrive.”

If you would like to make a donation, visit: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/MattLincoln


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