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I'm going to be running the Endurance Life South Devon Coastal Marathon on Saturday 19th February 2010. It may be scenic, but it's 28 miles long, very hilly and the terrain is tough. 


I'll be doing it with a very good friend of mine, Rod Baber whose baby daughter was recently taken seriously ill with a virus and has been cared for on the paediatric intensive care unit at the Royal Hospital for Children in Bristol.


As Rod explains: “Amalie is extremely poorly and will be in hospital for a long time. Her heart almost stopped, she has brain damage and a collapsed lung, but she is off the ventilator now and on the general paediatric ward. We have been through every emotion possible, but now, as well as looking after Amalie and our other three children, my partner Josie and I want to focus our energy on raising money in support of the hospital where Amalie is being so well cared for.”


I’d like to help Rod and Josie by doing my bit.


For more information about the race please visit here;


http://www.endurancelife.com/event.asp?series=36&location=94


To see an article about the last coastal marathon that I did and to give a little bit of background on what’s involved please visit here;


http://www.gary-king.co.uk/Endurance-Life-Coastal-Marathon.html


Thanks for your support.

 

Raising money for

Wallace & Gromit's Grand Appeal

Wallace & Gromit's Grand Appeal

Charity Registration No. 1043603

The Grand Appeal is the Bristol Children's Hospital Charity, supporting sick children from Bristol, the South West and beyond. Help us save the lives of sick children, provide pioneering medical equipment and keep families together by donating or fundraising for The Grand Appeal.

Donations 15

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sorry i was a tad tardy - well done on completing it! am guessing Cat's no longer up for the Pembrokeshire half....

Donation by JA Chubb on 18/03/11

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If your speed was as fast as your heart rate you would have got round in less than 4 hours! X

Donation by Katy Duignan on 23/02/11

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Gary. You are truly amazing and an inspiration to us all!!

Donation by Phil Sturgeon on 23/02/11

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Well done Gary Love all The Caldwells big and small xxx

Donation by Sylvia Caldwell on 22/02/11

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Well done Gary

Donation by Mum and Col on 21/02/11

£20.00

+ £5.64 Gift Aid

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Good luck - we'll be with you in spirit (or at least thinking of you whilst we drink a bottle of wine!)

Donation by John & Anne on 05/02/11

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Try not to get lost on this one. Its long enough without a detour! Good luck!

Donation by James & Catherine on 02/02/11

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Good luck with the run! Love the pearsons x

Donation by Sara Pearson on 31/01/11

£20.00

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Don't sprain your ankle this time darling! Laura XX

Donation by Laura Warren on 26/01/11

£20.00

+ £5.64 Gift Aid

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Go King!

Donation by kathleen bull on 25/01/11

£20.00

+ £5.64 Gift Aid

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Go Gary, GO! Best Wishes Lesa and Stewart

Donation by Lesa Warren on 24/01/11

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Best of luck and a very worthy cause Gary. Lots of Love Jane and Aunty Teg xxxxx

Donation by elizabeth Robinson on 21/01/11

£20.00

+ £5.64 Gift Aid

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Good luck.. Mark and Kate

Donation by Mark Warren on 21/01/11

£10.00

+ £2.82 Gift Aid

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Don't twist your ankle, just your head!! Good luck!!

Donation by James Barclay on 17/01/11

£20.00

+ £5.64 Gift Aid

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Good luck with the run, sounds amazing. Michelle.

Donation by Michelle Hughes on 12/01/11

Donation summary

  • * Online donations£320.00
  • Offline donations£0.00
  • Text donations£0.00
  • Total raised£320.00
  • Gift Aid£67.69

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