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Kate McCann joins Fiona Webster [Payne] and John McCann on a 500 mile cycle challenge for Missing People, starting at the National Galleries of Scotland in Edinburgh, on June 13, before moving on to Newcastle, York, Nottingham and Northampton and finishing in London on June 17.

The event is managed by Ride2Raise, who ask for a £199 registration fee and £2,000 minimum fundraising to cover the cost of hotels, meals, and 'on the road' support and mechanics.

Cyclists also receive exclusive Missing People merchandise, including a cycle jersey, and a private welcome home party, for family and friends, at The Orchard of the Tower of London.

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I am fundraising a personal challenge. My event is happening in June, when we are cycling from Edinburgh to London over 5 days ...help!

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Phil McCann £50.00
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Kate McCann 'more driven than ever', 01 May 2015
Kate McCann 'more driven than ever' Press Association

 
Press Association - Kate McCann is to undertake a cycle challenge to raise money for the Missing People charity (Gareth Fuller/PA Wire)

Press Association - Kate McCann is to undertake a cycle challenge to raise money for the Missing People charity (Gareth Fuller/PA Wire)

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The mother of missing Madeleine McCann has said she is "more driven than ever" to continue the search for her daughter, ahead of the eighth anniversary of the girl's disappearance.

Kate McCann spoke as she announced that she will lead a 500-mile (805km) bike ride from Edinburgh to London in June to raise £10,000 for a missing persons charity.

Madeleine was three when she went missing from her family's holiday apartment in Portugal's Algarve on May 3 2007 as her parents, Kate and Gerry, dined at a nearby tapas restaurant with friends.

Mrs McCann, who is fundraising for Missing People, of which she is an ambassador, said: "As the eighth anniversary of our daughter Madeleine's abduction is upon us, I'm more driven than ever to continue the search for Madeleine and to help other families who face the pain of a child being missing. All of us can play a part in helping this important charity."

Mrs McCann will lead 20 cyclists on a Cycle Challenge starting at Arthur's Seat, Edinburgh's landmark hill, on June 13. They will then take in Newcastle, York, Nottingham and Northampton before finishing at the Tower of London on June 17.

Madeleine's disappearance is one of the most famous missing persons cases of all time.

Last week her parents won a libel payout against Portuguese detective Goncalo Amaral, who had been on trial over claims he made in a book and a documentary that the couple were involved in Madeleine's disappearance in Praia da Luz.

In a written verdict, a Lisbon court agreed that Mr Amaral should pay Mr and Mrs McCann 250,000 euros (£179,000) each in damages and it banned further sales of his book, The Truth Of The Lie.

British police officers spent eight days searching three areas of land in Praia da Luz last June, close to where Madeleine disappeared, but found no new evidence.

The Metropolitan Police launched their own operation in 2011.

Missing People is launching a fundraising effort alongside Mrs McCann's ride. #MissforMay encourages people to give up a luxury for May and donate the money they save.

Its chief executive, Jo Youle, said: "We are hugely grateful to Kate McCann for taking on this incredible challenge to help missing people and their families across the UK."

:: To donate to Kate McCann's Cycle Challenge visit www.justgiving.com/KateMcCann/

 

* The following two reports (chosen because they were the first two to appear) are indicative of all subsequent reports that day - being simply a rewrite the Press Association release above.

Madeleine McCann: Mum Kate says she's 'more driven than ever' on eighth anniversary of daughter's disappearance, 01 May 2015
Madeleine McCann: Mum Kate says she's 'more driven than ever' on eighth anniversary of daughter's disappearance Daily Mirror

00:00, 1 May 2015 | By David Wilcock

Kate spoke of her relentless search as she announced she will lead a 500-mile bike ride to raise £10,000 for a missing persons charity

Hope: Kate McCann has said she will not give up the search for daughter Madeleine

 

Hope: Kate McCann has said she will not give up the search for daughter Madeleine

Kate McCann has said she is "more driven than ever" to continue the search for missing daughter Madeleine ahead of the eighth anniversary of her disappearance.

Kate spoke of her relentless search as she announced she will lead a 500-mile bike ride from Edinburgh to London in June to raise £10,000 for a missing persons charity.

Little Madeleine was three when she went missing from her family's holiday apartment in Portugal's Algarve on May 3, 2007, as her parents, Kate and Gerry, dined at a nearby tapas restaurant with friends.

Search: Kate McCann and her husband Gerry have kept Madeleine's disappearance in the spotlight for eight years

 

Search: Kate McCann and her husband Gerry have kept Madeleine's disappearance in the spotlight for eight years

Mrs McCann, who is fundraising for Missing People, of which she is an ambassador, said: "As the eighth anniversary of our daughter Madeleine's abduction is upon us, I'm more driven than ever to continue the search for Madeleine and to help other families who face the pain of a child being missing. All of us can play a part in helping this important charity."

Mrs McCann will lead 20 cyclists on a Cycle Challenge starting at Arthur's Seat, Edinburgh's landmark hill, on June 13. They will then take in Newcastle, York, Nottingham and Northampton before finishing at the Tower of London on June 17.

Missing: Madeleine McCann vanished in Portugal in 2007

Missing: Madeleine McCann vanished in Portugal in 2007

Madeleine's disappearance is one of the most famous missing persons cases of all time.

Last week her parents won a libel payout against Portuguese detective Goncalo Amaral, who had been on trial over claims he made in a book and a documentary that the couple were involved in Madeleine's disappearance in Praia da Luz.

In a written verdict, a Lisbon court agreed that Mr Amaral should pay Mr and Mrs McCann 250,000 euros (£179,000) each in damages and it banned further sales of his book, The Truth Of The Lie.

British police officers spent eight days searching three areas of land in Praia da Luz last June, close to where Madeleine disappeared, but found no new evidence.

The Metropolitan Police launched their own operation in 2011.

Missing People is launching a fundraising effort alongside Mrs McCann's ride. £MissforMay encourages people to give up a luxury for May and donate the money they save.

Its chief executive, Jo Youle, said: "We are hugely grateful to Kate McCann for taking on this incredible challenge to help missing people and their families across the UK."

:: To donate to Kate McCann's Cycle Challenge visit www.justgiving.com/KateMcCann/

Kate McCann "more driven than ever" to find Madeleine, 01 May 2015
Kate McCann "more driven than ever" to find Madeleine The Telegraph

As the eighth anniversary of Madeleine McCann's disappearance in the Algarve approaches, her mother Kate says she is determined to continue the search

Kate McCann says she will never give up searching for her daughter Madeleine Photo: Andrew Crowley

 

By Nicola Harley
12:01AM BST 01 May 2015


Kate McCann says she is "more driven than ever" to continue the search for her missing daughter Madeleine ahead of the eighth anniversary of her disappearance.

Madeleine was three when she went missing from her family's holiday apartment in Portugal's Algarve on May 3 2007 as her parents, Kate and Gerry, dined at a nearby tapas restaurant with friends.

Mrs McCann, who is fundraising for Missing People, of which she is an ambassador, has spoken out as she announced that she will lead a 500-mile charity bike ride from Edinburgh to London in June to raise £10,000.

Madeleine McCann from a family video

 

Madeleine McCann from a family video

She said: "As the eighth anniversary of our daughter Madeleine's abduction is upon us, I'm more driven than ever to continue the search for Madeleine and to help other families who face the pain of a child being missing. All of us can play a part in helping this important charity."

Mrs McCann will lead 20 cyclists on a Cycle Challenge starting at Arthur's Seat, Edinburgh's landmark hill, on June 13.

They will then take in Newcastle, York, Nottingham and Northampton before finishing at the Tower of London on June 17.

Madeleine's disappearance is one of the most famous missing persons cases of all time.

Last week her parents won a libel payout against Portuguese detective Goncalo Amaral, who had been on trial over claims he made in a book and a documentary that the couple were involved in Madeleine's disappearance in Praia da Luz.

In a written verdict, a Lisbon court agreed that Mr Amaral should pay Mr and Mrs McCann £179,000 each in damages and it banned further sales of his book, The Truth Of The Lie.

British police officers spent eight days searching three areas of land in Praia da Luz last June, close to where Madeleine disappeared, but found no new evidence.

The Metropolitan Police launched their own operation in 2011.

Kate McCann fund raising money to help find Missing People

Kate McCann fund raising money to help find Missing People

Missing People is launching a fundraising effort alongside Mrs McCann's ride. £MissforMay encourages people to give up a luxury for May and donate the money they save.

Its chief executive, Jo Youle, said: "We are hugely grateful to Kate McCann for taking on this incredible challenge to help missing people and their families across the UK."

To donate to Kate McCann's Cycle Challenge visit http://www.justgiving.com/KateMcCann

Kate's 500 Mile Cycle Challenge JustGiving page, 01 May 2015
Kate's 500 Mile Cycle Challenge JustGiving

 
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Kate's 500 Mile Cycle Challenge JustGiving page, 01 May 2015

Screenshot above taken at 09:30 AM 01 May 2015

Kate's 500 Mile Cycle Challenge

I am taking on the 500 mile cycle challenge for Missing People because they are a lifeline when someone disappears

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Event: Missing People Cycle 2015 on
13/06/2015

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Story

In June, I'm taking on the 500 mile cycle challenge for Missing People to continue to raise awareness of the charity and the valuable work it does in helping all missing children and vulnerable adults and their families left behind. Obviously this issue is one which is very close to my heart….and as the eighth anniversary of our daughter Madeleine's abduction is upon us, I'm even more driven to help prevent or lessen these devastating crimes against children and the suffering which consequently ensues.

I'm particularly keen during this 'adventure' to highlight the UK's Child Rescue Alert (CRA). This system can save the lives of abducted children. The general public play a major part in the success of the CRA and can help simply by signing up to www.childrescuealert.org.uk Thank you to everyone who has signed up already….and for those who haven't, please come on board now so that you'll be ready to join the search to bring those missing children home.

Despite being relatively new to road-cycling (eek!), I'm really looking forward to this challenge. It's been good making myself 'be brave' and get out there…..and on a positive note, the brakes are no longer on quite as fully during the downhills!

Blood, sweat and tears (with a few too many hours in the saddle) ……………but if it makes a difference - which with your support I know it will - it'll be worth it.

THANK YOU once again for your help and support.

Kate x

Fiona's Missing People Cycle Challenge 2015 [Fiona Payne (using maiden name of Webster)], 04 May 2015
Fiona's Missing People Cycle Challenge 2015 JustGiving

 
Fiona Webster Just Giving page

 

Screenshot above taken at 17:30 PM 04 May 2015

Fiona's Missing People Cycle Challenge 2015

I am cycling from Edinburgh to London in 5 days for Missing People because I want to support a charity close to my heart.
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Event: Missing People Cycle 2015 on 13/06/2015
In memory of:
Madeleine McCann

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Story

Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

On May 3rd 2007, my family and I were holidaying with our friends Kate and Gerry McCann in Portugal when the unimaginable happened; their daughter, Madeleine, was abducted. The intolerable pain and devastation that ensued for my dear friends will stay with me forever - it is the most brutal relentless agony I have ever witnessed, and it doesn't stop, ever. The ripples are far reaching also, for the family, and friends who desperately try to support and help whilst also dealing with their own feelings of loss and distress.

Missing People charity have been a lifeline. They have provided vital on-going support as the days have turned into years not only to family but friends also. You will have heard of Madeleine McCann and perhaps other missing people, but there are many more that you won't have. For their families, life without their loved one can be an unbearable struggle. Missing People are there for them 24 hours a day, every day of the year. By taking part in this cycle challenge I hope to raise valuable funds to support this charity who have supported my friends and I. Your donation is very much appreciated. Thank you.

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Gallery

Fiona Webster

Fiona Webster with friend

 

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Fiona's page links to the following:

Remembering Madeleine McCann JustGiving

 
Remembering Madeleine McCann JustGiving page

Amount we've raised in Madeleine's memory £1,375.24

​Madeleine McCann's mum to cycle through Northampton on 500-mile ride for missing persons charity, 11 May 2015
Madeleine McCann's mum to cycle through Northampton on 500-mile ride for missing persons charity Northants Herald & Post

By NickBieberHP | Posted: May 11, 2015

Kate McCann is still on mission to find her missing daughter Madeline

Madeline Mccann

Kate McCann is still on mission to find her missing daughter Madeline

Kate McCann has said she is 'more driven than ever' to continue the search for missing daughter Madeleine following the eighth anniversary of her disappearance.

Kate spoke of her determination as she announced she will lead a 500-mile bike ride from Edinburgh to London in June to raise £10,000 for a missing persons charity.

Beginning at Edinburgh's Arthur's Seat on 13 June, Kate and a team of 20 cyclists will cycle through Newcastle, York, Nottingham and Northampton, before finishing at the Tower of London on 17 June.

The announcement of the ride comes eight years after the disappearance of Madeleine on 3 May 2007. Kate and husband Gerry has been dining at a nearby restaurant in Portugal's Algrave with friends when Madeline, who was aged three at the time, went missing from her family's holiday apartment.

Eight years on, Kate says she is still as determined as ever to find Madeline, and hopes to raise money for Missing People charity, of which she is an ambassador.

Kate said: "As an Ambassador for Missing People I'm taking on the Cycle Challenge to raise awareness and to fund the charity's valuable work helping missing children, vulnerable adults and their families left behind. As the eighth anniversary of our daughter Madeleine's abduction is upon us, I'm more driven than ever to continue the search for Madeleine and to help other families who face the pain of a child being missing. All of us can play a part in helping this important charity."

It is not known when the cycle ride will reach Northampton, nor has it been revealed which route the group will take through the town. Missing Person charity has told the Northants Herald and Post that more details will be released nearer the time.

If you would like to donate to Kate McCann's Cycle Challenge, then visit www.justgiving.com/KateMcCann/

Missing People: Cycle Challenge 2015
Cycle Challenge 2015 Missing People

 
Missing People: Cycle Challenge 2015

 

[Screenshot taken 07 June 2015]

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  • Day 1 – 114 miles - Edinburgh to Newcastle
  • Day 2 – 98 miles - Newcastle to York
  • Day 3 – 107 miles - York to Nottingham
  • Day 4 – 73 miles - Nottingham to Northampton
  • Day 5 – 83 miles - Northampton to London
Registration fees are £199 and we ask for a £2000 minimum fundraising. This covers the cost of hotels, meals, and on the road support and mechanics. The fundraising also helps us provide support to missing people in the UK, as well as helping their families and loved ones through the heartache of a disappearance. As a member of Cycle Challenge 2015, you will receive:
  • Exclusive Missing People Merchandise including a cycle Jersey.
  • Expert advice on cycling and fundraising.
  • Dedicated support from the Missing People fundraising team to help you reach your target.
  • On the day support including a welcome home party at the Tower of London just for you.
You and your fellow cyclists will be escorted to the Tower of London by Ride2Raise's support vehicles and Tower Hamlets police. You will cycle under Tower Bridge before riding along the Wharf ­ to the finish line at one of London's historic sites and one of the world's most famous fortresses.

We will be hosting a private welcome party in The Orchard of the Tower of London, where your friends and family will be able to take in the historic views, whilst awaiting the arrival of the cycle champions.

These events are managed by Ride2Raise, a highly experienced events company devoted to running cycling events for charities. Their experience and dedication will mean that all you have to focus on is cycling. The hotels are booked, all meals prepared and all broken bikes fixed.

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Missing People Edinburgh to London Ride2Raise

 
Missing People Edinburgh to London: Ride2Raise

[Screenshot taken 07 June 2015]

Missing People Edinburgh to London - Edinburgh to Richmond Park
450 Miles in 5 days.
Grade: Tough
Highlights: Beautiful Lammermuir Hills, North Yorkshire Moors, Richmond Green finish.
Stops: North East, York, Nottingham, Milton Keynes, Richmond.
Price: £199 registration, £2000 minimum fundraising target.
Next rides: 13-17 June 2015

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Kate McCann/Fiona Webster [Payne]: Fundraising to 07 June 2015 Missing People

 
Kate McCann: Fundraising to 07 June 2015

 
Kate McCann: Fundraising to 07 June 2015

 
Fiona Webster [Payne]: Fundraising to 07 June 2015

 
Fiona Webster [Payne]: Fundraising to 07 June 2015

Missing Madeleine McCann's mum leading charity bike ride tomorrow, 13 June 2015
Missing Madeleine McCann's mum leading charity bike ride tomorrow Loughborough Echo

08:02, 12 JUNE 2015 | BY DAVID GODSALL

Madeleine was three when she went missing from her family's holiday apartment in Portugal's Algarve.

Madeleine McCann

Madeleine McCann

MISSING Madeleine McCann's mum Kate will be leading a 500-mile (805km) bike ride tomorrow (Sunday) from Edinburgh to London in June to raise £10,000 for a missing persons charity.

Madeleine was three when she went missing from her family's holiday apartment in Portugal's Algarve on May 3, 2007, as her parents, Kate and Gerry, dined at a nearby tapas restaurant with friends.

When announcing she was taking part in the ride, Mrs McCann, who is fund-raising for Missing People, of which she is an ambassador, said: "As the eighth anniversary of our daughter Madeleine's abduction is upon us, I'm more driven than ever to continue the search for Madeleine and to help other families who face the pain of a child being missing. All of us can play a part in helping this important charity."

Mrs McCann will lead 20 cyclists on a Cycle Challenge starting at Arthur's Seat, Edinburgh's landmark hill, on June 13. They will then take in Newcastle, York, Nottingham and Northampton before finishing at the Tower of London on June 17.

Madeleine's disappearance is one of the most famous missing persons cases of all time.

Her parents recently won a libel payout against Portuguese detective Goncalo Amaral, who had been on trial over claims he made in a book and a documentary that the couple were involved in Madeleine’s disappearance in Praia da Luz.

In a written verdict, a Lisbon court agreed that Mr Amaral should pay Mr and Mrs McCann 250,000 euros (£179,000) each in damages and it banned further sales of his book, The Truth Of The Lie.

British police officers spent eight days searching three areas of land in Praia da Luz last June, close to where Madeleine disappeared, but found no new evidence.

The Metropolitan Police launched their own operation in 2011.

• To donate to Kate McCann's Cycle Challenge visit www.justgiving.com/KateMcCann/

'Riders try on their jerseys while carb-loading for the start tomorrow', 12 June 2015
'Riders try on their jerseys while carb-loading for the start tomorrow' Ride2Raise Twitter

 
@MissingPeople #Edinburgh2London riders try on their jerseys while carb- loading for the start tomorrow.

Ride2Raise @Ride2Raise · 10:38 PM - 12 Jun 2015

@MissingPeople #Edinburgh2London riders try on their jerseys while carb- loading for the start tomorrow.

Kate McCann in cycling fundraiser, 13 June 2015
Kate McCann in cycling fundraiser Daily Mail

By PRESS ASSOCIATION
PUBLISHED: 05:58, 13 June 2015 | UPDATED: 05:58, 13 June 2015


Kate McCann, mother of missing Madeleine, hopes to raise £10,000 for charity as she sets off on an Edinburgh to London bike ride.

Mrs McCann will join around 20 cyclists for the five-day, 500-mile challenge in aid of the UK charity Missing People.

Due to set off from the centre of Edinburgh today, they will take in Newcastle, York, Nottingham and Northampton before crossing the finish line in London on June 17.

Kate McCann is a supporter of Child Rescue Alerts

Kate McCann is a supporter of Child Rescue Alerts

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Mrs McCann is an ambassador for Missing People and last year launched Child Rescue Alert, which has seen more than 250,000 people sign up to receive alerts when a child is feared to have been abducted.

She said: "The Missing People Cycle Challenge is particularly significant for me, a year on from the launch of Child Rescue Alert in the UK.

"The night that our little girl was taken from her bed, we mistakenly presumed that an alert would have gone out immediately to the public to get as many eyes and ears involved in the search as possible.

"But no such system existed to get a message out into the public domain quickly and recruit help. Although a simple idea, Child Rescue Alert is a potentially life-saving system, the success of which is reliant on us, as members of the public, to sign up to receive free alerts when a child goes missing.

"I hope that with every push of a pedal the Missing People cycle team makes from one end of the country to the other, we will encourage more and more people to join us in support of the charity and in solidarity with all of those families waiting at home, in limbo, without news of their loved one."

Missing People chief executive Jo Youle said: "Every year I am deeply moved by the way the Cycle Challenge brings together families desperately missing loved ones with supporters of the charity, all pulling together in solidarity so we can offer a lifeline when someone disappears.

"As the team members stretch themselves and support each other with every aspect of the Challenge, they always keep in mind the many missing adults, children and families that the charity supports."

To donate to Kate McCann's Cycle Challenge visit www.justgiving.com/KateMcCann

To sign up to receive free Child Rescue Alerts, visit www.childrescuealert.org.uk/register

Kate McCann begins 500-mile charity bike ride from Edinburgh to London, 13 June 2015
Kate McCann begins 500-mile charity bike ride from Edinburgh to London Press Association Twitter

 
Kate McCann begins 500-mile charity bike ride from Edinburgh to London

 
Kate McCann begins 500-mile charity bike ride from Edinburgh to London

Press Association @PA 10:35 AM - 13 Jun 2015

Kate McCann begins 500-mile charity bike ride from Edinburgh to London: bit.ly/1JLJso4 by @LucyChristiePA

Kate McCann begins Cycle Challenge, 13 June 2015
Kate McCann begins her 500-mile charity cycle challenge ITV News [Press Association]

ITV REPORT 13 June 2015 at 10:57am

 
Kate McCann (left) smiles ahead of her 500-mile cycle challenge. Credit: David Cheskin/PA Wire

 

Kate McCann (left) smiles ahead of her 500-mile cycle challenge. Credit: David Cheskin/PA Wire

The mother of Madeleine McCann has set off an a 500-mile (805-km) charity bike ride to raise funds to support families with a loved one who is missing.

Kate McCann set off from Edinburgh this morning with around 20 other cyclists for the five-day challenge in aid of the UK charity Missing People.

They will cycle through Newcastle, York, Nottingham and Northampton before crossing the finish line in London on Wednesday.

 
The five-day challenge is in aid of the UK charity Missing People. Credit: David Cheskin/PA Wire

The five-day challenge is in aid of the UK charity Missing People. Credit: David Cheskin/PA Wire

Mrs McCann is an ambassador for Missing People and last year launched Child Rescue Alert, which has seen more than 250,000 people sign up to receive alerts when a child is feared to have been abducted.

Her daughter Madeleine was three when she went missing from the family's holiday apartment in Portugal's Algarve on May 3, 2007.

 
Madeleine McCann disappeared from her holiday apartment in May 2007. Credit: PA Wire

Madeleine McCann disappeared from her holiday apartment in May 2007. Credit: PA Wire
"The night that our little girl was taken from her bed, we mistakenly presumed that an alert would have gone out immediately to the public to get as many eyes and ears involved in the search as possible.

But no such system existed to get a message out into the public domain quickly and recruit help.

Although a simple idea, Child Rescue Alert is a potentially life-saving system, the success of which is reliant on us, as members of the public, to sign up to receive free alerts when a child goes missing.

– KATE McCANN

Mrs McCann has set up a JustGiving page to help fund the scheme.

To sign up to receive free Child Rescue Alerts click here.

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