Nieuwsbericht | 29-05-2013
A group of cyclists from Scotland will arrive at the Peace Palace today after cycling all the way from Dunfermline, the birth place of the founder of the Peace Palace, Andrew Carnegie.
The Pedal4peace charity cycle ride started at 9am last Saturday from Carnegie Statue Dunfermline Glen and has Provost Jim leishman and transport minister Keith Brown cycling on the first leg to Forth Road Bridge. Then they cycled in 4 days to Newcastle, sailed over to IJmuiden and cyled in one day to the Peace Palace, The Hague.
The nine cyclists from the Dunfermline Rotary Club will arrive today at the Peace Palace.
Prentice Events are a Registered Scottish Charity that aims to create and deliver charity events (primarily cycling), to raise funds for charities, to improve the health of our youth and promote environmentally friendly transport.
The Pedal4 Peace event is a new event in 2013, in the light of 100 years Peace Palace.