Pedal Power raises over £2,500 at their Chritsmas bazaar.


Pedal Power, the charitable all-ability cycling service based at Alyn Waters Country Park, Wrexham raised over £2,500 at their Christmas Bazaar held at The Courtyard, Grosvenor’s Eaton Estate with the kind permission of the Duke of Westminster. These funds are vital to assist with the day-to-day running of this charitable service.

Guests at last Wednesday’s event were greeted by Pedal Power supporter, Nigel Reader singing all the Christmas favorites. A wonderfully festive-inspired grazing table was supplied by Caffi Cyfle, Wrexham and fantastic Christmas shopping was available from a range of local traders.

The event would not have been possible without the kind sponsorship from Steve Thompson at Zero Drytime Wrexham. Steve Thompson said

“Pedal Power is such a wonderful local service and so it was a privilege to be able to support such a fabulous event”.

Helen Wright, Chair of Pedal Power commented,

“This is our first in-person fundraising event since covid. It has been amazing to get everyone together, raising vital funds for the charity. Seeing everyone showing their support for such a valued service in our community was wonderful”.

Pedal Power is open on Wednesday and Friday offering a fleet of specialist and standard bikes for hire on a traffic-free cycle track. Riders can enjoy the health and well-being benefits of cycling in a safe secure environment.

Specialist bikes include a range of trikes, side-by-side bikes, hand bikes, wheelchair bikes and standard bikes, mountain bikes, and electric bikes for hire. The service is supported by a dedicated cycling officer and wonderful volunteers who support customers to find the best bike to suit their needs.

For more information on Pedal Power, you can visit their website or find them on Facebook and Twitter.