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As well as being a part of the Network Scouts I have very strong connections and links to the 1st Kennington Scout group in Ashford, they are currently having their hut knocked down and rebuilt but havent quite raised everything they need yet. Any of you in Ashford who read to local rag will know about all this as it has had a lot of media coverage considering they are the KM charity of the year this year.

Whilst we were clearing out the scout hut we came across a old vintage triumph branded raleigh ladies bicycle, me and a friend took it upon ourselves to scrub it up a bit and then to sell it with all proceeds going to the scouts.

So we've finished and managed to get it onto ebay, so if you know anyone interested and somewhere you can repost the link to get more interest that would be fantastic as we obviously want to raise as much as possible.

And if your not interested, well just look at the pictures and notice the beautifully clean and gleaming Sturmey Archer 3 speed hub! (Cause thats the bit I cleaned that came out the best!)
Nice find. Have you researched it much to see if it is rare or worth much? There must be a Triumph museum of club that loves this stuff? Cycle museum may give you some idea. You've prob already done this, just don't want it to go for peanuts on ebay if you could get more for it elsewhere?
Post it on the retrobike forum
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That's lovely!

I've stuck the ad on a roadie forum  8)
Passed info onto some potentiall interested parties.

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