Teenagers cycle to raise funds for BSL Interpreted day out to Folly Farm for Llanelli Centre for the Deaf

A thirteen-year-old from Llanelli has been cycling with friends to raise money for a fully inclusive, BSL interpreted day out to Folly Farm for Llanelli Centre for the Deaf.

Toby has ridden 65.38miles over 3 days (10 of those miles were up a mountain side yesterday too!)

The team still have a few miles to go to get  to their target of over 500 miles .

If you would like to donate please get in touch with the Llanelli Centre for the Deaf via their Facebook page.

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