West Norfolk author backs Beth’s biking challenge

Former King Edward VII (KES) student Beth Smith from North Wootton is lapping up a generous donation from West Norfolk history author Bob Booth.  The writer, also a former KES student, wanted to support Beth in her challenge to cycle 240-miles in three days from London to Paris raising money for Breast Cancer.
Beth�"s challenge will take place between Friday 8th and Sunday, July 10th. 
She said: �SDuring my 7-years at KES I was involved in many fund raising events for charity. 
Now in my second year at University I am delighted to be part of Loughborough�"s charity cycle team and raising money for such a worthy cause.  Although this is going to be a tough challenge, I have been training and just hope I can cope with the considerable inclines on the route to Paris.
 Donations can be made at www.justgiving.com/B-SMITH8
 The money comes from the sales of Bob�"s last two books [King�"s Lynn in Colour (volume 1) and King�"s Lynn in Colour (combined volumes 2&3)].
These are currently on sale at Waterstones

Former King Edward VII (KES) student Beth Smith from North Wootton is lapping up a generous donation from West Norfolk history author Bob Booth. The writer, also a former KES student, wanted to support Beth in her challenge to cycle 240-miles in three days from London to Paris raising money for Breast Cancer. Beth�"s challenge will take place between Friday 8th and Sunday, July 10th. She said: �SDuring my 7-years at KES I was involved in many fund raising events for charity. Now in my second year at University I am delighted to be part of Loughborough�"s charity cycle team and raising money for such a worthy cause. Although this is going to be a tough challenge, I have been training and just hope I can cope with the considerable inclines on the route to Paris. Donations can be made at www.justgiving.com/B-SMITH8 The money comes from the sales of Bob�"s last two books [King�"s Lynn in Colour (volume 1) and King�"s Lynn in Colour (combined volumes 2&3)]. These are currently on sale at Waterstones

Former King Edward VII (KES) student Beth Smith from North Wootton is lapping up a generous donation from West Norfolk history author Bob Booth.

The writer, also a former KES student, wanted to support Beth in her challenge to cycle 240-miles in three days from London to Paris raising money for breast cancer research.

Beth’s challenge will take place next month. She said: “During my seven years at KES I was involved in many fundraising events. Now in my second year at university I am delighted to be part of Loughborough’s charity cycle team and raising money for such a worthy cause.

“Although this is going to be a tough challenge, I have been training and just hope I can cope with the considerable inclines on the route to Paris.”

The money comes from the sales of Bob’s last two books King’s Lynn in Colour (volume 1) and (combined volumes 2 and 3), which are on sale at Waterstones and WH Smith while stocks last. More sales will help generate more profit for charities (www.trickysampublishing.co.uk) and donations can be made at: www.justgiving.com/B-SMITH8

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