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Palletline supports Cycling Santas

[ December 2, 2014   //   ]

Volunteer ‘Santas’ and Palletline staff are taking to their bikes and pedalling more than 250 miles from London to Glasgow, raising funds and delivering Christmas presents to children affected by neuroblastoma.

Palletline is also encouraging individuals and firms nationwide to help it meet its target of giving a present to every child currently undergoing treatment for childhood neuroblastoma in the UK, by donating new, wrapped Christmas presents.

Iain Brown, operations director at Palletline said: “As part of our partnership with NCCA UK, Palletline is keen to deliver some festive cheer to the brave children that have to spend Christmas day in hospital while they undergo treatment.

“Cycling 250 miles to deliver presents is no mean feat – so we’d like to raise as much money and generate as many present donations as possible, so we’re making a heartfelt plea to the trade to either sponsor Palletline in the Cycling Santas challenge or donate a present.”

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