Notary Public London to Cambridge bike ride

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A Notary Public London to Cambridge Bike Ride took place on Sunday 12th September, in aid of the children’s charity Honeypot.  Matthew Pryke, a Notary Public in London took part in the ride, personally raising over £1500 for Honeypot.  The course was 65 miles long and started at Finsbury Circus.

Matthew says, ‘The Notary Public London to Cambridge bike ride was a great success.  We were blessed with good weather and raised a substantial amount for Honeypot which is the official charity partner of MD Pryke Notary Public.

‘Honeypot do amazing work, helping children who act as carers to parents and other family members.  As a Notary Public, London to Cambridge represents a fair distance to cycle but the efforts displayed by the Honeypot team every day truly put this in perspective.

‘The official total for the Notary Public London to Cambridge bike ride is not yet known.  The event raised £30,000 in total last year so I am optimistic we can beat that in 2010.’

Matthew is well known as a Notary Public London who undertakes charity expeditions, and last year led an expedition to climb Mount Kilimanjaro for Honeypot, so does he plan any further events?  A Notary Public London to John O’Groats bike ride, perhaps?  Or a Notary Public London to Land’s End expedition?

‘We don’t have any plans as yet,’ says Matthew.  ‘But we’re always interested in any fundraising events for Honeypot.  If anyone has any strong ideas I hope that they will contact me via my website or on 0207 636 4422 with any interesting projects.’