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Shaun gives his time to hospice that cared for Mum

After Shaun Crosse's Mum Janet was cared for so wonderfully by our Thorpe Hall Hospice at Home team, he decided to take part in his local sponsored volunteering scheme to give something back.

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"If I can do it, anyone can!" says 81-year-old taking on Ride for Ryder - The Sportive

A grandfather from Gloucester will be joining hundreds of cyclists on Sunday 25th June cycling across the Cotswolds to raise funds for Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice, and he is urging more people to join him.