Pub-goers get on their bikes for charity cycle ride from Frithsden

12-456      Pedal of Honour at the Alsford Arms, Frithsden.
12-456 Pedal of Honour at the Alsford Arms, Frithsden.

DRINKERS raised thousands for charity by cycling 45 miles between five pubs.

They began at The Alford Arms in Frithsden, then went to the four other Chilterns watering holes that make up the Salisbury Pub Group.

Among the cyclists was group director David Salisbury, who made sure they had a barbecue to meet them at the finish in The Royal Oak in Marlow.

Scores of cyclists took part in the Pedal of Honour ride on Saturday for Tring’s Iain Rennie Hospice at Home and children’s hospice The Helen and Douglas House in Oxford.