Suffolk 100 Cotton Riders
Action Medical Research is the charity that works so hard to help fund research into eradicating diseases in children and babies.
Each year the Suffolk Sunrise 100 bike ride is organised with a lot of hard work by Val Remington Hobbs, Helen Thomson and other helpers.
Starting off from Brandeston Hall there were well over 1000 riders, they were a wondrous sight clad in their colourful outfits amongst the morning mist.
Three Musketeers who rode on their maiden voyage and cycled over 70 miles were Keith Flynn - Cottons’ whiz computer man, Michael Runcieman - Cottons’ friendly plumbing and heating man and their friend Mathew Stearn, Keith’s Dad Michael who is over 70 and on holiday from Ireland also finished not far behind them. Well done gentlemen Cotton is proud of you.
Action Medical Research is holding a fundraising 'Gig in the Garden' at Wicks Farm Mendlesham on July 14th, click here for more information