Laneshawbridge cyclist’s Pendleside Hospice boost from Pendle Predator

CYCLIST
CYCLIST

A LANESHAW Bridge man pushed his body to the limit, taking on one of the toughest cycle challenges going to raise money for a good cause.

On a wet and windy Sunday morning in August, Peter Catlow took part in the Pendle Predator event, cycling 100 miles to boost funds for Pendleside Hospice.

Peter started his challenge in Barnoldswick, cycling to the trough of Bowland in Whalley, on to Pendle Hill and then back to Barnoldswick.

He said: “This is definitely the toughest challenge I have ever done. A lot of people I passed on the route were unable to go any further.

Peter’s effort raised £666 for Pendleside Hospice, a charity which provides care for people suffering with cancer and other life limiting illness.

He said: “I would like to thank all those who sponsored me as without them I am unsure I would have been able to complete it.”