Cyclist hopes to raise money for Salvation Army centre in Bexleyheath

PUBLISHED: 12:00 02 August 2014

A member of the Bexleyheath Salvation Army will be taking part in a 100 mile cycle challenge to help raise money for a new building project.

Darren Bull is gearing up to undertake the RideLondon event on August 10.

The gruelling cycle will take him from London to Surrey.

Darren is fundraising for a building project in Bexleyheath, which will provide the Salvation Army with a new visible and recognisable centre where they can continue their community work.

To sponsor Darren or to find out more about the building project and his ride, please visit

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