Angus' pedal power in memory of two Monmouth students

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Angus Whitehead, a pupil at Monmouth School for Boys, rode solo in the Prudential RideLondon.
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Angus Whitehead (centre).

An active Monmouth teenager has used pedal power to raise money in memory of two students.

Sixteen-year-old Angus Whitehead, a pupil at Monmouth School for Boys, rode solo in the Prudential RideLondon and was alongside his dad, Adrian, and godfather, Nick Goodall.

Arian and Nick rode together on an original 1960s tandem as the three were among more than 30,000 cyclists at the popular annual event.

They cycled in memory of Monmouth School for Boys' students Tom Walker and James De Sousa Stayton and have raised £429.

Angus and his sister Ailsa also made and sold cakes at Llandegfedd Sailing Club near Portypool, where the teenager helps to coach the juniors.



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