Three teenage boys from South London are embarking on a European bike ride to raise money for refugees and Say No to Brexit! The 15-year olds will set out on Tuesday for a 830km journey through Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg, Germany and France before returning to the UK on the 27th June.
Angus Fraser, Boris Fester and Charlie Prifti are raising money for the Mark Evison Foundation, the International Refugee Committee and War Child. The cash will be used to provide food and shelter for refugees who have had to flee their country, and also for children having to make their own way in war torn countries.
"We will be taking a survey as we go along, asking people in each country which way they would vote if a referendum were to be held in their own country and they didn't have the Euro. We will also ask questions about what they think of their own country's membership of the European Union, about Brexit, and how many people are aware of what is happening, and also whether they would welcome refugees in their country."
All three are keen cyclists and members of the Velo Club Dulwich College. They are currently finishing their GCSEs prior to the trip. You can help the boys by contributing to their campaign at Go Fund Me.