LWCG member Sarah Peters said: "I am a member of Lancaster Women’s Cycling Group based in Lancaster, we have an ever growing group that love cycling and meet up at least twice a week and all women are welcome from all abilities. We never leave anyone behind and it’s a really inclusive group.
"We wanted to do something to help locally during this hard time and decided to sell our cycling bags to club members with all money going to The Olive Branch in Lancaster who are doing an amazing job handing out food parcels.
"A very kind anonymous donator paid for the cost of the bags so all sales will go to The Olive Branch. We donated £105 from the sale of our cycling bags.
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"We thought The Olive Branch was a perfect charity as they are still super busy at the moment and run by volunteers. We still have more bags if anyone wants them.
"The cycling bags are great for carrying a bit of shopping or cycling gear and are plain on the other side and just £5. They can be purchased through Lancaster Womens Cycling Group, just get in touch on Facebook. All sales will go to The Olive Branch."