Weʼre raising £500 to contribute to the Perinatal Trust Fund, which supports the neonatal intensive care unit in the Royal Jubilee Maternity Hospital.
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During the month of May, Peter Dawson, Colin Millar, Johnny Elliott and I are taking part in the 10km a day challenge. We are doing this to help our friends Gareth and Kirsty Bronte. Please read their story below..
"On the 10th of September 2018 our daughter Hannah Stella Bronte was born premature at 26 weeks and 6 days. Hannah was with us for 8 wonderful days. Even in that short time we could see she was full of character, fight and love.
This May we plan to honour Hannah by completing a challenge for her by doing 10k every day. We would love people to support us, and there will be many ways to do this, whether by completing 10k with us or by yourselves on any of the 31days in May, or if you are really up for a challenge completing 10k every day.
The main aim of the challenge is to raise money for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Royal Jubilee Maternity Hospital where Hannah spent her 8 days with us.
Thank you for all your support"
We are aiming to complete a 10km row, 10km run and a 10km cycle on repeat for the entire month of May.
All donations are very much appreciated
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