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14 May 2017

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March to the Arch 04/03/2016

Spirit of 1966 Ride Out & March to the Arch

Ace Cafe London welcomes and is privileged to be a host venue of the (Mods!) scooters “Spirit of 1966 Ride Out-50th Anniversary”, charity ride out, to join with the “March to the Arch” with the Jules Rimet Trophy, to Wembley Stadium on Sunday 10th April 2016
Scooters, gathering at the Ace from 11am, are anticipated to
depart the cafe no later than at 1.30pm for the Harrow Road and onto the nearby world famous stadium at Wembley – and to there form a Scooter Guard of Honour for Jonjo and the Trophy!

Journey time from the Ace via the Harrow Road to Wembley Stadium:
Ride/Drive – 10 minutes
Walk – 30 minutes


14 year old Jonjo Heuerman is calling on scooterists from across the UK to help him raise money for the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK.

This April, Jonjo will cycle over 450 miles to bring a replica Jules Rimet back to Bobby at the Wembley Park statue, commemorating the 50th anniversary of England’s World Cup victory.

Jonjo’s ‘March to the Arch’ will begin at Dortmund Stadium, where he will carry the trophy across Germany and the Netherlands before travelling through Essex and London for the final day on Sunday 10th April.

This Final Day Procession will celebrate Jonjo’s remarkable journey, while continuing to raise much-needed funds for the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK.

Scooterists can join Jonjo on the final leg of his journey at:

•    8am – Meet at Green Street, West Ham United FC to escort Jonjo and passengers on 3 classic route master open top buses to the start of his final leg at Fulham Palace Road.  On arrival Jonjo and passengers will commence the final 6 miles of his 450 mile journey on foot.
•    1:30pm – meet at Ace Cafe London, Stonebridge NW10 7UD to follow Jonjo and fellow walkers for the final 1.5 miles to Wembley
•    2pm – Fulton Way, Wembley to form a scooter guard of honour for the arrival of Jonjo and the Jules Rimet.

Hundreds of scooters will form a guard of honour as they escort Jonjo and his supporters to the statue. This procession will head down Olympic Way where a special ceremony will take place at the Bobby Moore statue, remembering the many people lost to cancer. Special arrangements have been made for scooterists to park their scooters in a secure car park at Wembley to enable them to attend the memorial service.

After the ceremony is done, the celebrations will continue at the Green Man Pub where there will be music and food (food available to purchase).  All invited.

This is by no means Jonjo’s first fundraising challenge. Inspired to start raising money after his beloved nan Lyn died of bowel cancer; Jonjo has walked and cycled thousands of miles since 2009, raising over £230,000 for the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK. Jonjo was recently awarded the British Empire Medal in the New Year’s Honours list for his outstanding efforts.

As a passionate West Ham and England fan, Jonjo also walks in honour of his footballing hero Bobby Moore. Stephanie Moore said: “Jonjo has done an enormous amount for the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK. Not only has he raised a phenomenal amount of money and helped raise awareness of bowel cancer, but he has taken on a huge physical challenge for someone so young.’

You can read more about Jonjo’s incredible story here:

To find out more about Jonjo’s final day please visit

To donate, please text CAPT66 £? to 70070 or visit:

For more information about Jonjo’s March to the Arch, please email or call 07909 228805.