For those of you that did manage to venture out on Bank Holiday Monday to Aldeburgh and enjoy the sunshine, you may well of seen the Bobby on a Bike cake stall.
Neil Smith, founder of the charity, friends and family manned the stall during the day, raising money towards the charity for this year.
They raised an amazing £523.77 by selling cakes that volunteers had made and kindly donated for the cause.
It was a great day, Neil said, if not a long one, selling tea, coffee and cakes. Neil wanted to send out a huge thanks to everyone that had donated cakes, and their time in coming to help on the day.
Aldeburgh RNLI Station
Neil said is was good to see sixteen of the cycling team during the course of the day, giving the riders the opportunity to meet their team mates before taking part in the Bobby on a Bike event at the end of the month. The cyclists had used the day out as part of their training programme, travelling between 50 and 100 miles for the round trip.
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