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£2,090raised of £2,000 target by 31 supporters

    Weʼve raised £2,090 to help Charlie's bike appeal and the "Be More Bailey" Foundation

    Doncaster
    Funded on Friday, 24th August 2018

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    Info on the Be More Bailey Foundation: We are trying to raise funds to help purchase an adapted disabled bike for Charlie who has quadriplegic cerebral palsy.

    Charlie is nearly 9 years old and an adapted disabled bike would mean that he could join in on family bike rides with his 3 younger brothers, enjoy more independence and be able to do some of the things we all take for granted . These bikes vary in cost from £3,500 to £5,000 This equipment would last into adulthood so would give many years of happiness and independence to Charlie.

    Please find it in your heart to dig as deep as possible and share this worthy cause. Charlie deserves to experience life as much as possible like any other able child. And the pain that we will feel on the first of July should NOT go by without being used to support a great cause!!

    We were inspired to support Charley because he is exactly the type of individual that our sponsored charity the Be More Bailey Foundation aims to help. Bailey Mathews is somewhat of a celebrity in the world of triathlon, and his charity aims to help children just like Charley access the help, support and equipment they need to get involved in sport.

    Here's a clip of Bailey finishing one of his events. His enthusiasm and determination are inspiring. We hope on the 1st July we can still muster a similar amount of determination and enthusiasm to cross our finish line!!

    Bailey Mathews Triathlete

    100% off your donations will be going to help children access sport

    Thank you all Dig Deep. PLEASE!!

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      31

      • Joe Icke

        Joe Icke

        Aug 1, 2018

        Well done ladies, amazing achievement!

        £20.00

      • Matthew Gibson

        Matthew Gibson

        Jul 5, 2018

        Huge respect just huge respect. Well done! Xx

        £50.00

      • Rebecca Chapman

        Rebecca Chapman

        Jul 5, 2018

        Absolutely amazing achievement you two - well done for reaching your target 🎯 hope this helps

        £20.00

      • Andy Bristow

        Andy Bristow

        Jul 5, 2018

        So proud of your achievement.

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Jul 5, 2018

        Well done ladies an awesome result

        £1,475.00

      • Helen Flook

        Helen Flook

        Jul 4, 2018

        £10.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Jul 3, 2018

        You were simply awesome on Sunday. Those last 2 parkruns were fabulous - super strong. Loved watching you leave me behind. Go pirate ;)

        £30.00

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      Louise Prestwich and Lesley Hattersley of SWITCH LIFESTYLES

      Louise Prestwich and Lesley Hattersley of SWITCH LIFESTYLES

      Doncaster

      We are 2 middle aged women who are taking on the challenge of completing an IRONMAN Triathlon on 1st July in Austria. The Ironman is a 2.4 mile open water swim followed by a hilly 112 mile bike ride and finished off with a 26.2 mile (yes full marathon) run within 12-14 hours!!

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