M&S Cookstown employees gear up for £1m charity cycle challenge

Rachel Wright (on bike) and Craig Ballentine from the M&S Cookstown store are joined by their fellow cyclists who will be participating in the challenge which aims to help M&S raise over �1 million for Action Cancer (NI), Marie Keating Foundation (RoI) and Breakthrough Breast Cancer (GB). Also pictured is Sarah Blackburn, M&S Head of Region and Gareth Kirk, Chief Executive of Action Cancer.

Rachel Wright (on bike) and Craig Ballentine from the M&S Cookstown store are joined by their fellow cyclists who will be participating in the challenge which aims to help M&S raise over �1 million for Action Cancer (NI), Marie Keating Foundation (RoI) and Breakthrough Breast Cancer (GB). Also pictured is Sarah Blackburn, M&S Head of Region and Gareth Kirk, Chief Executive of Action Cancer.

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TWO M&S staff from Cookstown are gearing up to take on the ‘Bike 400 Cycle Challenge’ this weekend at the Prodrive Race Track in Kenilworth, Warwickshire.

The ‘Le Mans’ inspired 24 hour endurance event will see ten supermarket employees from across Northern Ireland competing in teams of four, with each cyclist individually pedalling for six hours and covering 100 miles around the track.

Rachel Wright and Craig Ballentine from the M&S Cookstown store will join eight other fellow cyclists who will be participating in the challenge which aims to help M&S raise over £1 million for Action Cancer (NI), Marie Keating Foundation (RoI) and Breakthrough Breast Cancer (GB).