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Wheely good fun for charity

WheelyGoodFunFIFTEEN youngsters got on their bikes for charity this week.
The members of the Young Voices for Choices Youth Forum cycled their way around the Pembrokeshire BikeMobility circuit at Withybush in a sponsored bike ride.
Their pedalling efforts raised Ł500 towards Children in Need and their group activities.
They were supported by Deputy Leader, Councillor Rob Lewis.
Young Voices for Choices is for young disabled people in Pembrokeshire aged between 15 and 25. It aims to give them a voice on both local and national issues.
Organised by Pembrokeshire County Council, BikeMobility offers cycling sessions every Monday from 10am to 3pm at Withybush Showground in Haverfordwest.
As well as new electric bikes, the project has a wide range of modified cycles to enable people of all abilities to enjoy cycling.
*For more information on Young Voices for Choices please contact Judith McNamara on 01437 770022.
Pictured with Councillor Rob Lewis and Youth Forum members are Councillor Simon Hancock and Councillor David Simpson. Also pictured are Judith McNamara, Disability Inclusion worker; Tammy Foley, Youth Information and Rights Youth Worker; Nadine Farmer, Youth Information and Rights Youth Worker and BikeMobility volunteers.