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Met officers set up cycling club for emergency services worker

Metropolitan Police officers have launched the Bluelight Cycling Club to support emergency workers.

Major Mark Winstanley (British Army), Craig Burne (HM Coastguard), former England rugby player Andy Goode, Chief Superintendent Roy Smith (Met Police), Allan Woodhouse (London Ambulance Service) and Commander Paul McClenaghan (London Fire Brigade)

Major Mark Winstanley (British Army), Craig Burne (HM Coastguard), former England rugby player Andy Goode, Chief Superintendent Roy Smith (Met Police), Allan Woodhouse (London Ambulance Service) and Commander Paul McClenaghan (London Fire Brigade)

Date - 19th June 2021
By - Chloe Livadeas
the UK’s first cycling club for emergency services workers, is set to start organising cycle rides to raise money for charity. The Bluelight Cycling Club includes the police, fire service, NHS, coastguard, RNLI, prison service and armed...
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