Hospital boost by charity ride

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cyclists who set off on a charity ride from Sheffield Children’s Hospital have raised an estimated £3,000 for ill youngsters.

Paramedics at Skegness Ambulance Station, working for East Midlands Ambulance Service, travelled from the city to their seaside home.

Gary Matthews, a former porter at the children’s hospital, took part in the 110-mile ride and said Lincolnshire kids also benefited from the cause. He said: “There were great crowds along the way supporting us.”