02:47AM, Tuesday 02 October 2012
Friends joined bereaved parents Paul and Louise Woodbridge on a cycle ride from London to Paris to raise funds for the charity that supported them after the death of their twins in 2004.
The couple and 28 friends cycled a total of 6,000 miles to reach the Eiffel Tower, raising £75,000 for Child Bereavement UK.
Paul and Louise lost their two-year-old twins Betsy and William in a freak accident at their home in Winkfield in September 2004.
They have since become patrons of the charity, organising a range of fundraising events over the years.
Louise said: "Betsy and William would have celebrated their 10th birthday on 2 August this year. In their memory, we decided to do the charity cycle ride to Paris.
"Paul and I were asked to lead the team as we cycled in, which was such a wonderful honour."
Vist http://www.justgiving.com/lou-paul to donate.
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