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Ride the event while raising money for Lyme Disease Action

This year’s Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 will take place on Sunday August 4. The ballot is now closed, but charity places are still available through Lyme Disease Action (LDA).

LDA is a registered charity that works towards the prevention and treatment of Lyme disease, providing free leaflets and posters to organisations and individuals and helping to raise awareness amongst health professionals.

The charity relies on donations to improve the situation for those with Lyme disease and those who are in danger of contracting it.

LDA is run by volunteers, so any donations raised will go directly to funding the aims of the charity.

If you’d like to take part in the RideLondon-Surrey 100 and you’ve missed the ballot, you can get in touch with LDA at fundraising [at] lymediseaseaction.org.uk and the charity will help with setting up a fundraising page to accept donations.

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