BMX-ers race to help Cambodian kids

By Michael Upton | 10/11/2010 0 comments

BMX-ers race to help Cambodian kids

BMX riders used pedal power to do their bit for underprivileged kids on the other side of the world when they took part in a fund-raising event for a new charity.

Members of Rotherham BMX Club, based on the track behind Winterhill School, saddled up for BMX race run by teacher Emma Logan on behalf of Love Cambodia.
Love Cambodia was founded by Emma to bring hope and support to Cambodian orphans.

“I'm hoping to set up a community here in Rotherham that supports a community in Cambodia,” she said. 

“Many people are already involved and I will actually be flying out to teach and look after these children this January.”

For more information visit www.lovecambodia.co.uk.

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