Cycling cops to coin it in 
for Sick Kids

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THREE police officers are set to don their cycle helmets to raise funds for the Sick Kids Friends Foundation (SKFF).

They will tackle the 35-mile route from the National Museum of Flight at East Fortune to Edinburgh Airport.

Inspector Paul McDonald from Lothian and Borders Police will lead the team, which includes Sergeant Stevie Amabile and Pc Alan Dunlop, who are all based at the airport, on the charity cycle.

Insp McDonald said: “We decided to raise money for the SKFF because we have all had experience of a child who has been admitted to Edinburgh’s Hospital for Sick Children at some point.”

The SKFF T-shirt-clad police officers will begin their journey tomorrow and hope to raise £1000 for the charity to fund reward boxes for children and maintain the hospital’s fish tanks.