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Crispy Duckers raise money for the Hospice of the Good Shepherd and the NorthWest Air Ambulance

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The Crispy Duckers are an intrepid team driving to the South of France in a yellow hackney cab to raise money for 2 very deserving charities, the Hospice of the Good Shepherd and the North West Air Ambulance. The team comprises 6 dashing, brave and slightly mad adventurers and includes Graham Spencer.

The race is a Two ball Rally (60 competitors & 9 countries — see map)

The event details are:

  • Registration ...Thursday 17th August 2017: Saint-Omer, France
  • Day 1...Friday 18th August 2017: France, Belgium, Luxemburg and Germany (295 Miles)
  • Day 2 ... Saturday 19th August 2017: Germany and Austria (329 Miles)
  • Day 3... Sunday 20th August 2017: Austria, Switzerland and Italy (249 Miles)
  • Day 4 ...Monday 21st August 2017: Italy, Monaco and France (236 Miles)

Details of their preparations and eventual progress can be found on the Crispy Duckers facebook page.

Fund raising is taking place through Just Giving, see links below or via phone.

Funds for Air Ambulance can now be given by phone just by texting:
"CDUK88 with amount " to 70070 e.g text CDUK88 £2 to 70070
Funds for Hospice can now be given by phone just by texting:
"CDUK99 with amount " to 70070 e.g text CDUK99 £2 to 70070

The full amount of the donation goes directly to the just giving sites (no commision) plus gift aid.

CLICK HERE for link to Just Giving air ambulance page.

CLICK HERE for link to Just Giving hospice page.

Tattenhall Online wishes the team every success for their trip and fundraising for these 2 worthwhile causes. Goodness knows what our European friends will make of their yellow hackney cab!!

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