Get on your bikes at Silverstone and help baby charity

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People in Daventry are being invited to saddle up for a charity ride at Silverstone.

The Silverstone Bike Ride, in its fifth year, is being held by Northamptonshire Parent Infant Partnership.

It takes place at the famous Silverstone circuit on Good Friday (March 25).

Cyclists are to be on the track from 5.30pm and organisers hop this year will raise more funds than ever before for the charity.

The group supports families with babies under the age of two who are experiencing difficulties linked to parenthood.

It helps parents who are struggling to form a secure attachment with their babies.

NorPIP fundraiser Louise Danielczuk said: “It’s a unique chance to cycle a track usually reserved only for the fastest motor cars in the world!

“The event will raise valuable funds to support the families we work with whose relationship with their baby is not developing as satisfactorily as they would like.”

The bike ride has been granted permission to use the full 3.66 mile circuit for the first time and is hoping to welcome more cyclists than ever before.

Silverstone Wing will be transformed for a family fun day and exhibiton area for local businesses to network and sell their products to hundreds of guests.

To book tickets and for more information please visit or call 01604 924735.