Family get on their bikes for appeal in memory of Lowton teenager

The cyclists at the finish point

The cyclists at the finish point

First published in News

THE family of a teenager who died in a motorbike accident have completed a bike ride in her memory.

Leah Davies’ mum, dad, stepdad and sisters were among 50 cyclists who out from Hope Hospital in Salford, where Leah died in August 2012, to cycle 27.5 miles along the East Lancs route to the Walton Centre in Liverpool.

The Lowton family have raised more than £50,000 through their Love Leah fund for the Home from Home Appeal, which hopes to raise £1 million to build relative accommodation at the centre.

To donate to the appeal, visit uk.virginmoneygiving.com/LoveLeah.

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