We’re kicking off Cycle 4 Change 2023 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, as the team takes to the roads for the first route. Along the way, we will make pit stops at the following stores: Bells Corner in Carrickfergus, The Wine Company in Newtownabbey, Spar Abbeyhill in Bangor, Spar Rosevale in Newtownards, Spar Comber in Comber and Spar Ballybean in Dundonald.
Andrew Goddard, Managing Director, Payzone, Simon Lambert, Commercial Director, Payzone, Cathal Geoghegan, MG, Henderson Food Service, Simon Hutchinson, Security Manager, Post Office.
Our next stop is Swansea, Wales. The cyclists will make a few stops at Payzone stores and Post Office branches along the way. This includes One Stop Stores in Llanelli, Booze And News and Life Style Express in Swansea and Delftcom Ltd in Morriston. Our route is 53 miles.
Andrew Goddard, Managing Director, Payzone, Tom Fender, Director, TWC, Neil Turton, Non-Exec, Stephen Williams, Action Challenge Leader of international MAG rides, Martin Kearsley, Banking Director, Post Office, Claire Bocking (Original MAG international rider & friend).
The second half of Cycle 4 Change starts in Scotland where we will cycle around Dundee. On this route, the team will stop off at Booze Express Carnoustie in Carnoustie, Premier in Dundee, Ashraf Grocers Ltd in Arbroath & M&S Richardsons in Forfar. The route is 59 miles long.
Andrew Goddard, Managing Director, Payzone, Tom Fender, Director, TWC, Neil Turton, Non-Exec, Gavin Lawler, Operations Director, Prism, Caroline Lawler, (wife of Gavin), John Haslam, Commercial Director, IT Retail Systems and Tanya Pepin, Managing Director, TWC.
Our fourth and final route takes place around Reading. Along this route we will visit Windsor Post Office, round to Henley via Maidenhead where we will stop to see Wooton Wines and Station News, and then back to Reading.
Andrew Goddard, Managing Director, Payzone, Tom Fender, Director, TWC, Neil Turton, Non-Exec, Ilaan Hepworth, Managing Director, Jisp, Martin Kearsley, Banking Director, Post Office