Pedal Along the Prom raises more than £3,000 for Guild Care

Hundreds of cyclists gathered on Worthing seafront on Sunday for Guild Care’s biggest Pedal Along the Prom yet and so far, more than £3,000 has been raised for the Worthing-based charity’s work with children and adults in need.

A team from Sight Support Worthing with Worthing mayor Paul Baker
A team from Sight Support Worthing with Worthing mayor Paul Baker

More than 200 riders took part, some following the five-mile route and some on the ten-mile route, all starting and finishing at George V Avenue. Worthing mayor Paul Baker started the event and mayoress Sandra Baker completed the five-mile route. Read more: Guild Care hosts biggest Pedal Along the Prom yet

More than 200 people signed up, the highest number yet for Pedal Along the Prom

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Standing out from the crowd in a Union Flag suit
Littlehampton father and son Simon and Aaron Day took part in the ten-mile challenge
A team from Sight Support Worthing with Worthing mayor Paul Baker
Nick Williams and Nathan Edwards were the first ten-mile cyclists to reach finish line
Worthing mayor Paul Baker with mayoress Sandra Baker, who completed the five-mile route
Leo Harris, five, and sister Delilah Harris, seven, were the youngest competitors to complete the ten-mile route
Taking it easy