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Help Kevin hit the summit in his Pyrenees challenge

Supporter Kevin Hallett is looking for a few extra donations so he and his colleagues can hit the £10,000 fundraising target for their cycle challenge across the Pyrenees.

Kevin, and Chris Hampson, Steve Harper and Tibor Hobarth, who have already raised an amazing £9,530, have just returned home after they completed a total of 441 miles and 18 mountain passes in seven days.

Kevin said:  “This really was one of the toughest cycling challenges I have ever completed, but it has been worth it for such a good cause!  I am delighted to have raised so much for Save the Children. 

L to R: Kevin Hallett, COO of Hallett Retail, Tibor Hobarth, Steve Harper and Chris Hampson

“Every donation has been greatly appreciated and I thank all those who have supported us.  We have raised an amazing £9,530, just short of our £10,000 target, but it is still possible for people to donate at http://www.justgiving.com/HHHraid.”

The team rode in Hallett Retail and Fuse Loves Save the Children branded cycling tops.  Kevin’s company, Hallett Retail , has used its unique concessions concept to open three Fuse Loves Save the Children concessions in Beales department stores in Bedford, Worthing and Hexham. 

Money from sales in these Fuse Loves Save the Children concessions all goes to Save the Children.  To date Hallett Retail has raised over £60,000 through its Fuse Loves Save the Children concessions for the charity.

 You see photos and read the team’s daily updates at their blog at:  www.fuselovessavethechildrencycle.wordpress.com/

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