Coast to Coast Cycle Ride

Posted on Friday 11th August 2017

The five cyclists set off from Whitehaven, at start of Coast to Coast this morning at 0800 in gentle west coast drizzle, Cheered on by the Fishermen’s Mission from Cumbria

From left to right on cycles: Brett Ramshaw, Kayleigh McKenzie, Lee Cope, Michael Renney, Mick Renney,
Left to right, front: Superintendent Ron Graham, MAO Cumbria and Rev. George Ayoma, Mission Pastor and Mission Area Officer, based at Fleetwood.

North Shields Fishermen’s Mission will catch up with them at the Town Cross, Alston tomorrow, Saturday 12th August from 11am onwards. ETA will be updated nearer the time. There will be a mission stand at Alston.
Finish is on Sunday 13th at Hartlepool Fish Sands, the Headland, Hartlepool. North Shields Fishermen’s Mission will be there from 11am. Street Collection will be in progress all day for North Shields Fishermen’s Mission in memory of Lee Renney.

The Fishermen’s Mission is very grateful to all those who have made this possible. To the Renney Family, to Mick Renney whose idea it was for the C to C to raise funds for the North Shields Fishermen’s Mission. To Kathy King, Glenfield Guest House, Whitehaven for sponsoring the first night of accommodation.
To all the five cyclists, Mick Renney, Michael Renney, Brett Ramshaw, Lee Cope and Kayleigh McKenzie who have trained incredibly hard these last few months preparing for this weekend.

A very fitting memory to Lee Renney.