Bikes, go-carts, and green machines are the absolute favourite for hundreds of children who enjoy a holiday at the Leeds Children Holiday Centre, Silverdale, each year. A ride around open spaces and wooded cycle path is a must when you are 10 years old and do not have the opportunity to ride a bicycle at home.
Bikes of various sizes and colours have been collected by the charity, with many of them being donated by families where children have outgrown them and moved onto other things. For those children who are unable to ride a bike, they can still join in the fun on tricycles.
It goes without saying that we must ensure that every child is safe, and we are extremely grateful to have the very generous help of Mick D’Ambrosio, Cycle Service Leeds, to maintain our collection of bikes to a high standard. Mick has just given us the green light after inspecting and repairing the bikes for another year and we are now ready for action.
If you would like to donate a bike, sponsor a child, or help in any way, please do contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0113 245 4281.
Posted by LCC on 14th Feb 2013
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