Woodbridge: Cyclist thanks ball-goers at Hungarian Hall for their generosity in aid of Against Breast Cancer

Emma Johnson (left) and Louise Rickard at the Rock Ride Ball.

Emma Johnson (left) and Louise Rickard at the Rock Ride Ball. - Credit: Archant

Guests at a black-tie ball held recently in east Suffolk have been thanked for raising almost £7,000 to help develop a breakthrough cancer vaccine.

Iken cyclist Emma Johnson hosted the Rock Ride Ball last month as part of her plans to raise £10,000 in aid of Against Breast Cancer. Her charitable efforts will culminate in a 1,500 mile sponsored bike ride next summer.

The total tally raised at the event, held at Hungarian Hall, near Woodbridge, has now been finalised as £6,970.

“I would like to thank everyone who played a part in helping to make it a very special evening,” she said.

The 34-year-old competitive club rider for the Ipswich based Elmy Cycles will be setting off from Gibraltar in June with a group of charitable cyclists to cover the 1,500 miles to Buckinghamshire.


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She suffered a setback in October when thieves stole three of her bikes.

Visit www.justgiving.com/magicrockrider to sponsor.

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