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Ride off with a bargain and help charity at bike jumble
4:36pm Wednesday 19th March 2014 in News
NEW and old bike parts will be on sale to raise funds for a social inclusion charity.
Malvern Cycles CIC is hosting a sold-as-seen jumble at its shop in Worcester Road, Malvern Link, from Friday to Sunday, March 21-23 in support of the work of Hope Unlimited.
The Worcestershire charity works in partnership with Malvern Hills District Council and its Malvern Overdrive Centre aims to increase employment and life opportunities for those living in the town by providing qualifications, apprenticeships and adult learning.
Nick Trotman of Malvern Cycles CIC said: “We have over one hundred second hand bicycles, a collection of new parts and even some nearly new electric bicycles in our great sold as seen sale. We will sell bikes as a whole or break for parts.
"You can even find a pair of part worn tyres at a bargain price. It is a great opportunity to come along and find a part for that project or project in need of a part and support a great local charity.”
The shop is open from 10am each day.
For more information, call the shop on 01684 577238.
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