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£325raised of £200 target by 19 supporters

    Weʼve raised £325 to Help fund the Lanarkshire Kidney Patients Association. The Renal Unit in Monklands Hospital

    Airdrie, United Kingdom
    Funded on Tuesday, 31st October 2017

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    The purpose of this fundraising is to support The Renal Unit in Monklands where my Auntie passed away late 2015. My Auntie Janet McBride was more like a second mum to me - along with my Gran - she helped bring me up as both my parents worked.

    I would go to Blackpool with her every Fair Fortnight from the age of 3 to 11 years old and loved it. Every night same routine - shows first for me then off to the Bingo with her and my gran.

    My aunt was the most generous person I have ever met and her generosity continued towards my children. Sadly she was diagnosed with Kidney failure in her later years and spent a great deal of time in and out of the Renal Unit in Monklands Hospital. She never complained once.

    I would like to support the charity through this bike ride as it is close to my own heart. It allows patients with terminal kidney problems to enjoy a meal/day out. It also provides funds to buy much needed equipment like scanners and wheelchairs. It is an invaluable support to the patients' families who are in financial need by helping with travelling expenses to and from the hospital. It also helps fund patient's gifts at christmas. Please donate for a worthy cause - thanks

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    • Gary Johnstone1 year ago
      Gary Johnstone

      Gary Johnstone

      1 year ago

      What a day - couldn't have got worse weather! 93 miles of wind and rain in the freezing cold. All for a good cause.Big thanks to everyone who donated. I've reached my target and, with other donations coming in - I've smashed it!

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    • Gary Johnstone1 year ago
      Gary Johnstone

      Gary Johnstone

      1 year ago

      Thanks to everyone for their donations. Absolutely brilliant response so far. Increased the target - I'm positive it's achievable!

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    19

    • Craig Porter

      Craig Porter

      Oct 6, 2017

      Good luck mate!

      £20.00

    • Nathalie Cutting

      Nathalie Cutting

      Sep 22, 2017

      Garry.......i'll push you over the edge!!

      £10.00

    • Hugh McElhone

      Hugh McElhone

      Sep 19, 2017

      £20.00

    • Angela Carey

      Angela Carey

      Sep 12, 2017

      Well done Gary! Xx 👏🏼👏🏼

      £20.00

    • christine johnstone

      christine johnstone

      Sep 11, 2017

      Well done Gary Your auntie Janet would have been very proud of you love mum and dad xx

      £30.00

    • Paula Skinner

      Paula Skinner

      Sep 11, 2017

      Well done Gary. Great achievement. Martin says you can stop wearing the Lycra now 😜😜. From Paula & Martin xxx

      £25.00

    • Chris Barclays

      Chris Barclays

      Sep 11, 2017

      £10.00

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    Gary Johnstone

    Gary Johnstone

    Airdrie, United Kingdom

    As a keen cyclist , I am always up for a challenge! This year is the first time I have entered the Glasgow to Edinburgh Cycle - Pedal for Scotland. I have chosen the 'scenic' route - 93 miles through Scotland's rolling countryside. Let's hope it stays dry!

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