Steph gets on her bike in RideLondon-Surrey event for animals charity Wood Green’s Heydon shelter

PUBLISHED: 08:30 12 August 2014 | UPDATED: 08:30 12 August 2014

Fund raiser Steph Wyer

Fund raiser Steph Wyer

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An animal-loving physiotherapy lecturer was on her bike last weekend raising money for an animal charity.

Melbourn resident Steph Wyer took part in the 100-mile RideLondon-Surrey event to raise money for Wood Green’s shelter at Heydon.

Mrs Wyer has been volunteering at the centre for the last three years. She overcame a back injury, which disrupted her training, to take part in the ride.

She said: “As well as seeing first-hand the good work the charity does while volunteering every Friday at the centre, I have rehomed three cats, including Pud who lives with me now. All of the cats have been such a joy to have so I wanted to give something back.”

You can sponsore Steph by logging on to www.justgiving.com/Stephanie-Wyer/

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