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I want to make sure that as a society we don't forget about these people long after the war is over so we are committing for the rest of these people's lives to support the military covenant, to support them, to go on spending £10 million a year on these sorts of causes.
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More than 1,300 cyclists took to the streets of central London today in aid of the armed forces charity Help for Heroes.Read the full story ›
More than 1,300 cyclists took to the streets of central London today in aid of the armed forces charity Help for Heroes.
The Hero Ride saw hundreds of organised bike rides from around the country meeting in Blackheath, southeast London before travelling together to the finish line at Horse Guards Parade.
ITV News reporter Piers Hopkirk reports:
Singer and former Life Guards officer James Blunt told ITV News why he chose to take part in today's bike ride for Help for Heroes, explaining the armed forces charity is "a wonderful thing":
The armed forces charity Help for Heroes has thanked everyone who watched today's Hero Ride through London for their support:
Help for Heroes patron Mark Cavendish told ITV News the support for today's Hero Ride through London was "pretty special" and "humbling":
The armed forces charity Help for Heroes has revealed some facts about today's Hero Ride through London on its Twitter page:
#heroride Fact: We had 349 female and 985 male participants taking part today, 26 are children and 1309 are adults.