Exeter Family Friendly raises over £2500 for charity

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Exeter Family Friendly's executive board have raised £2675 for the charity Rainbow Living with a cycle ride.

The team rode from Wellington to Salcombe in Devon on a 72 mile route, to raise money for the charity which provides housing for adults with learning disabilities.

The charity's homes allow those with learning disabilities to live with their peers in supported accommodation, and the funds raised will go towards Rainbow Living's third house.

Simon Philp, director of distribution and marketing at Exeter Family Friendly, said: "The ride was hugely challenging for us as our team had a real mixture of cycling experience.

"The ride covered some of the toughest hills in Devon but we had so much support from everyone in the office and at Rainbow Living.

He added: "It's a great feeling to know that we've raised well over our fundraising target and that we all made it to the finish line in one piece."

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