One Great Day for two big charities

PUBLISHED: 10:00 02 July 2015

Charlotte Jarrett taking her turn on the exercise bike with Helen Mackie from Jessie May Trust, Honey Suckle and Sian Scott.

Charlotte Jarrett taking her turn on the exercise bike with Helen Mackie from Jessie May Trust, Honey Suckle and Sian Scott.

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Shoppers hopped on an exercise bike in Nailsea town centre to pedal 120 miles in aid of two charities.

Charlotte Jarrett with Helen Mackie from Jessie May Trust, Honey Suckle and Sian Scott raising money for two charities at the One Great Day event.Charlotte Jarrett with Helen Mackie from Jessie May Trust, Honey Suckle and Sian Scott raising money for two charities at the One Great Day event.

Crown Glass Shopping Centre joined forces with eight other Ellandi-owned centres across the 
country to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital and Jessie May Trust in the One Great Day event.

People were invited to join in with a sponsored cycle to cover the distance between the Hospital and trust.

Shoppers also had their faces painted and Jay Catra the juggler entertained spectators before holding a juggling workshop.

Cyclists covered the distance in five hours and raised more than £150.

One Great Day was set up by parents who received support from Great Ormond Street when their son was poorly.


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