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What We Are Doing?

 

The Run

 

The plan is to run from Bristol to Plymouth over a distance of 126 miles over a 8 to 10 day period. This will be like completing  just under 5 marathons in potentially 8 days.

The date of the event of the event will be the 6th of March 2010, and and will hopefully be completed on the 16th of March 2010. We are looking to start the run from Ashton Gate Stadium on match day, and will make it in time for the away game at Plymouth on the 16th.

About Help For Heroes

Help for Heroes (H4H) is a British charity launched in September 2007 to help provide better facilities for the wounded British Servicemen and women. It was founded by Bryn Parry, a cartoonist and former member of the Royal Green Jackets, after he visited soldiers at Selly Oak Hospital in Birmingham. The charity was launched after a meeting with General Sir Francis Richard Dannatt KCB CBE MC, the chief of the General Staff, the professional head of the British Army. H4H has attracted a numberof high profile trustee and patrons and has support for national newspapers in the United Kingdom, such as The Sun and The Sunday Times who made it one of the beneficiaries of their Christmas appeal in 2007, raising a total of £674,000 for H4H.

The message is simple: H4H does not seek to criticise or be political, they simply want to help and to do so by asking everyone to do their bit to raise money. Once that money is raised, they go to the experts in the Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force for guidance as to how best to spend it. It is their intention to spend all we raise on the practical, direct support of those wounded in the service of our country since 9/11.

 

The Proposed Route

At the moment the proposed route is one that involves avoiding major motorways for obvious reasons. The attached route is using A roads and minor roads only.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Raising money for

Help for Heroes

Help for Heroes

Charity Registration No. 1120920

Help for Heroes supports our wounded. Help for Heroes provides practical direct support to those servicemen and women wounded in the line of duty in the current conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Donations 75

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Tim, Really well done! We're all really proud of what you've achieved. Nick, Jo, James & Emily xx

Donation by Nick Henry on 26/03/10

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Great effort - well done

Donation by Andrew Bailey on 18/03/10

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Donation by Chris Oldland on 18/03/10

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Fantastic achievement. Well done Tim.

Donation by Louise Noble on 16/03/10

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Excellent effort!

Donation by Lynne Carr on 16/03/10

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Very well done Tim, a great achievement, we are all very proud of you, Love Auntie June x

Donation by David Dicks on 14/03/10

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Donation by Katrina Bull on 13/03/10

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Go the Monaghan clan

Donation by Lee Arnold on 12/03/10

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Wonderful choice of cause Tim hope it's going well and the City get 3 points to help you celebrate.

Donation by Martin Reed on 11/03/10

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Go John.....

Donation by Lynne Ball on 11/03/10

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John: great cause, take your time, try to look up and enjoy the scenery!

Donation by Graham Mann on 11/03/10

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All the best Monaghan, you can do it!

Donation by Jon Handley on 10/03/10

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A great effort for a great cause.

Donation by David Lloyd on 09/03/10

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John - It will only start hurting from mile 5 so should be fine

Donation by Darren Collins on 08/03/10

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Good luck John

Donation by Julie Gargett on 08/03/10

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Go for it and make sure you don't injure yourself on that crap pitch at Home Park.

Donation by Ian Barclay on 05/03/10

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Donation by Tim Wakeley on 04/03/10

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All the best John

Donation by Graham Ford on 03/03/10

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All the best

Donation by Richard Plumbridge on 02/03/10

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If John Monaghan makes it I'll be stunned, (and give another donation)

Donation by Kevin Allen on 02/03/10

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Good luck John & team

Donation by sarah ventrella on 02/03/10

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Well done, hope you have good weather!

Donation by sally curtis on 02/03/10

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Don't forget; plenty of groin stretches...

Donation by Andrew Holder on 02/03/10

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John - had no idea you had it in you. Very best of luck.

Donation by Stephen Broderick on 02/03/10

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Good luck John and to the rest of your team...a very worthy cause.

Donation by Joanne Bundock on 02/03/10

Donation summary

  • * Online donations£1,897.00
  • Offline donations£1,000.00
  • Text donations£0.00
  • Total raised£2,897.00
  • Gift Aid£477.23

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