Mark World AIDS day with cycling and champagne at St Pancras

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A cycling campaign group is planning to hold a ride to coincide with World Aids Day on December 1st.

Southwark Cyclists’ bike trek will start at the newly refurbished St Pancras station.

It is being held is in association with voluntary group The Food Chain, who deliver meals to men, women and children who are very ill as a result of HIV-related illnesses.

Those who are taking part are being asked to contribute a donation of £10.

All money goes to The Food Chain, which claims £10 is “more than enough to pay for 3 people’s two-course lunch and a light

evening meal.”

After a drink at the Europe’s longest champagne bar, which has just opened in the station, the fun moves to St Pancras Church on Euston Road for a free concert with the London Gay Men’s Chorus.

Those interested in riding at the event have been asked to arrive at 9am at the Cutty Sark Gardens.

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