Police pedal 40 miles for Dreamaway

PUBLISHED: 13:32 24 September 2008 | UPDATED: 22:22 15 June 2010

BOBBIES swapped the beat for bicycles as they raised money for charity.

BOBBIES swapped the beat for bicycles as they raised money for charity.Members of the East Devon Neighbourhood Policing Team took park in a sponsored cycle, visiting Honiton Police Station, to raise money for Dreamaway.The charity provides holidays for people with disabilities.Pictured with the cyclists are Christine Morrison and her disability dog, Perry. Christine and husband Iain will be benefiting from a Dreamaway holiday.The day-long cycle, held last Thursday, covered around 40 miles and took in five police stations.Chief Superintendent Jo Tennant met the cyclists at Honiton.


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