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Harrow beaks take part in Longest Ducker Bike Ride to raise funds for the Harrow Club

Two long-standing Harrow beaks are currently on a three-month epic cycling adventure, in the spirit of Long Ducker, to raise £45,000 in aid of the Harrow Club, the main Long Ducker charity in Harrow’s 450th year.

Mark and Rima Tremlett are cycling from the most southerly point on the European continent, Tarifa in Spain, to the most northerly point, Norkdnapp in Norway. They are currently in northern Germany and have passed the 4,000 kilometre mark.

Long Ducker is one of the biggest events in the Harrow School calendar. The annual event began in 1988 with boys and the school community running, swimming and running to raise money for good causes. The Harrow Club was formed in 1883 as The Harrow Mission Church, both funded and designed by old Harrovians. Since its inception, the Harrow Club has served thousands of children and young people and today works with roughly 350-400 children and young people every week.

If you'd like to support their efforts, please visit: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/tremlettodyssey