Adrian Hillman of Rushfields and Tracey Prescott of Peewees (centre light tops) with cycling 777 Fundraising team-mates (from left) David Bremner, Samantha Bremner, Donna Stephenson and Craig Clarke . Picture by Cheryl Keen.

On Saturday Tracey Prescott and Adrian Hillman did 75 miles off-road from London to Brighton and were joined on that trip by Sam Bremner, Tracey's sister, Sam's husband David Bremner, and friends Donna Stephenson and Craig Clarke.

Tracey, general manager of Peewees Hairdressers of Brighton and Burgess Hill, said: "We have been overwhelmed by the support of other riders, spectators and sponsors in Henfield."

Adrian, who is a director of Rushfields Plant Centre at Poynings, said: "It is the encouragement and tremendous support from others taking part, and our sponsors, which has spurred us on."

Those taking part on Saturday also did the British Heart Foundation London to Brighton night ride together with Anthony Hoiles and Chris Webb. Tracey and Adrian also did the 100-mile Prudential London-Surrey ride tracing the Olympic cycle route.

Dan Powell, area fundraising manager for CLIC Sargent, said: “On behalf of all of the children and young people CLIC Sargent works with, and their families, a huge thank you to everyone who has supported 777’s amazing fundraising.

"We couldn’t carry on with our vital work without your support. Thank you and congratulations on a fantastic achievement.”

Henfield 777 Fundraisers have also raised £8,000 for Henfield Leisure Centre with 49 treadmill marathons!. The money will go towards building a new Soft Play Area for youngsters which will cost more than £250,000.

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