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Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured L to R: Moira Dunworth and Shelagh King

Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured L to R: Moira Dunworth and Shelagh King

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Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured L to R: Moira Dunworth and Shelagh King

Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured L to R: Moira Dunworth and Shelagh King

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Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured L to R: Sonya Sceats, Chief Executive of Freedom from Torture, Shelagh King, Alison Johnstone MSP, Moira Dunworth and Patrick Harvie MSP

Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured L to R: Sonya Sceats, Chief Executive of Freedom from Torture, Shelagh King, Alison Johnstone MSP, Moira Dunworth and Patrick Harvie MSP

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Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured: Shelagh King

Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured: Shelagh King

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Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured L to R: Liam Kerr MSP, Shelagh King, Alison Johnstone MSP, Moira Dunworth and Patrick Harvie MSP

Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured L to R: Liam Kerr MSP, Shelagh King, Alison Johnstone MSP, Moira Dunworth and Patrick Harvie MSP

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Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured L to R: Sonya Sceats, Chief Executive of Freedom from Torture, Shelagh King, Liam Kerr MSP, Moira Dunworth

Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured L to R: Sonya Sceats, Chief Executive of Freedom from Torture, Shelagh King, Liam Kerr MSP, Moira Dunworth

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Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured L to R: Shelagh King, Liam Kerr MSP, Patrick Harvie MSP and Moira Dunworth

Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured L to R: Shelagh King, Liam Kerr MSP, Patrick Harvie MSP and Moira Dunworth

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Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured: Shelagh King

Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured: Shelagh King

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Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured L to R: Alison Johnstone MSP, Liam Kerr MSP, Shelagh King, Moira Dunworth and Patrick Harvie MSP

Freedom from Torture supporters are taking on a mammoth cycle ride across Britain in aid of torture survivors who have been forced to flee their home country and are rebuilding their lives in the UK. The ride, beginning in Hastings on the 1 July and finishing in Edinburgh on 28 July, is broken down into 19 stages; Moira Dunworth, aged 65, and Shelagh King, a semi-retired doctor aged 64, are riding the whole way and other participants have signed up to some of the stages. Supporters across the country who are riding include Violet Hejazi, a young Syrian refugee who learnt to ride a bike specifically to take part in ‘Cycle against Torture 2019’. Pictured L to R: Alison Johnstone MSP, Liam Kerr MSP, Shelagh King, Moira Dunworth and Patrick Harvie MSP