Diary: Ee bah gum!

As the saying goes: "Tha' can allas tell a Yorkshireman. But tha' can't tell 'im much." So it turns out the VCCP Tour de France, organised by Charles Vallance from the White Rose county, wasn't the miserable event that this week's Diary makes out.

Diary: Ee bah gum!

The agency has been quick to point out that it was in fact a rip-roaring success with over twenty clients ferried up to Yorkshire for the three-day extravaganza that included free booze, catering and accomodation.

They were also given the opportunity to participate in their own race on the Tour de France route with a professional bike mechanics support vehicle in tow while enjoying the scenery of the county of Vallance’s birth. Champion, as they say.


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