Cyclists from Didcot raise £1,700 in memory of 10-year-old road accident victim Freddie Perry

Cyclists raise £1,700 in memory of accident victim Freddie

Freddie Perry

From left, Tim Powell, Rick Field, Jason Major, Richard Williams and Zak Corderoy, with Freddie Perry’s father Lea, right

First published in News

A TEAM of cyclists has completed a 58-mile ride in memory of 10-year-old road crash victim Freddie Perry.

Richard Williams, Zak Corderoy, Rick Field, Jason Major and Tim Powell set off on Saturday at 7.30am to ride from Didcot along The Ridgeway and finished at the town’s Wheatsheaf pub at around 3pm.

They have now raised £1,700 for a road safety campaign launched by Freddie’s parents, Lea and Judith Perry, after their son’s death on September 10 last year.

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