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Pedal for Yorkshire Fashion models add a touch of glamour to charity fund raising

PUBLISHED: 10:56 06 January 2011 | UPDATED: 17:27 20 February 2013

Emma Butterfield, Emily Naylor, Amanda Eyre and Holly Cuthbert from Morton Gledhill’s The Fashion Team. Bernadette Gledhill, managing director of Morton Gledhill with Fiona Movley, founder of Pedal for Yorkshire

Emma Butterfield, Emily Naylor, Amanda Eyre and Holly Cuthbert from Morton Gledhill’s The Fashion Team. Bernadette Gledhill, managing director of Morton Gledhill with Fiona Movley, founder of Pedal for Yorkshire

Fashion models add a touch of glamour to our adopted charity for the year, Pedal for Yorkshire.

Fashion models add a touch of glamour to our adopted charity for the year, Pedal for Yorkshire. The Fashion Team - Emma Butterfield, Emily Naylor, Amanda Eyre and Holly Cuthbert are supporting the charity which supports Marie Curie Cancer Care in Yorkshire. Cycling for Pedal for Yorkshire, they say, is their way of keeping fit and beautiful.

The Fashion Team will be raising funds from events throughout their hectic schedule of summer shows all over Yorkshire including Bradford, Leeds, Harrogate and at the annual Model of the Year for under-20s in Huddersfield. The models are also raising money by cycling at their local gym and anyone who would like to support them should contact Morton Gledhill The Fashion Team at info@mortongledill.com


We are really grateful for the support we are receiving for Pedal for Yorkshire, said Fiona Movley who launched the charity at the beginning of the year to add her support to Marie Curie Cancer Care in Yorkshire. The charity does a marvellous job in Yorkshire and I wanted to do something to help. Pedal for Yorkshire is also a great way of exercising which helps us all in the fight against cancer and keeps us looking beautiful.

A Yorkshire Life reader lunch in support of Pedal for Yorkshire hosted by the charitys patron Raymond Blanc is to go-ahead on November 15th at Brasserie Blanc, Leeds. The lunch has been rearranged to ensure Raymond, who badly broke his leg in a fall at home, is fully recovered and able to host the event in the way he would like. All tickets are sold and Fiona will be in touch with everyone who has bought tickets to tell them the new date.

How you can help

For details of organised fundraising events or for a fundraising pack, contact Tracy Cacraft@mariecurie.org.uk or call 07736 066007.

For Pedal for Yorkshire updates go to www.twitter.com/pedalyorkshire
Dont forget to tell us about your plans to get involved with Pedal for Yorkshire. Email us at letters@yorkshirelife.co.uk or leave your comments and upload photographs below. We would love to hear from you.

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