Two Diss students boost Children in Need funds with charity cycle

Two Diss High School students raised more than �200 for Children in Need at the weekend by cycling from Diss to Thetford and back.

Fourteen-year-old pupils Oliver Lawton and Oliver Whimshurst, pictured, cycled 30 miles for Children in Need on Saturday in less than two hours.

Maintaining an average speed of 16mph on country lanes between Diss and Thetford they raised over �200 for the charity.

Schools, community groups, businesses and individuals will be raising more funds for Children in Need on Friday.

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