If you are at a loose end around lunchtime on friday, head down to Tamworth's Fitzroy Street mall, where you will be able to welcome participants in this year's Variety Postie Bike Dash.
They've spent the last six days riding through regional NSW to help kids who are sick, disadvantaged or have special needs.
The Postie Dash riders will be welcomed back to Tamworth by Hospitality students from Peel High School who will provide a BBQ lunch for the riders and their supporters.
Variety has donated a Woodfire oven and Carbide Router Kit to Peel High School as part their commitment to helping kids overcoming barriers to meet their full potential.
"Peel High School students come from the local area and farming families who are struggling to survive in the drought affecting rural and regional areas of the country," said Head Teacher TAS, Peel High school, Douangchanh (Nor) Chareunsouk-Hartley said.
"The Wood Fire Oven will provide a safe and communal food preparation appreciation area within our existing Technology and Applied Studies Kitchen Garden.
"Our outdoor cooking area will also be used for various events such as our Annual School Open Day and Subject Selection Evenings providing an inclusive area where we can bring the community together.
"The CNC router is a computer-controlled cutting machine used for cutting various hard materials, such as wood, composites, aluminium, steel, plastics and foams".
"The donation of the Woodfired oven and CNC Router are both vital pieces of equipment for us to provide our students with practical skills they might otherwise miss out on."
Along the way, the Dashers will have injected more than $15,000 into every town they stop at overnight and more than $4,000 for their lunch stops when they pay for accommodation, food, petrol and incidentals.
"The Variety Postie Bike Dash is a fun way for those with a sense of adventure to help regional communities and give kids a fair go," Variety - the Children's Charity NSW/ACT, David Sexton said.
"We're delighted to be supporting Variety through the Postie Bike Dash once again," First National Real Estate CEO, Ray Ellis said.
"Kids are our future and anything we can do to minimise disadvantage at an early stage in life creates the greatest opportunity for happy and fulfilled adults."
WHAT: Variety Postie Bike Dash Finish
WHEN: Approx 12:30pm, Friday 8th November
WHERE Fitzroy Street Plaza, Tamworth