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£190raised of £5,000 target by 5 supporters

Weʼre raising £5,000 to Support Clipstone Welfare Colts FC, please help me reach my target.

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Clipstone, United Kingdom
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I'm swimming the channel!

Five years on and after several major operations including one leg being almost completely reconstructed out of steel Neil is swimming the channel.

The Challenge!

To swim the English Channel! From the 16th January to 22nd January 2017 Neil will attempt to swim 21 miles, the same distance point to point from the UK to France.

The challenge will take place in an indoor pool and has to be completed within 7 days with a minimum of 3 miles (192 lengths) per day with only a five-minute break allowed every mile.

A Clipstone man, Neil has a passion for football and supporting his local community. Clipstone Welfare Colts Football Club has been a significant part of his life and following a very tough few years the club continues to play such an important role in offering sporting opportunities to children between the ages of 6 to 14 years old.


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    2 months ago

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    • MFP LININGS LTD

      MFP LININGS LTD

      Nov 14, 2016

      Good luck from all at MFP LININGS LTD

      £50.00

    • Good luck from Paul, Tanya & Lucas x

      Good luck from Paul, Tanya & Lucas x

      Nov 7, 2016

      Go Nelly! 🌊🏊🏻🌊 xxx

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Nov 6, 2016

      Good luck Neil

      £20.00

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    Neil Hardwick

    Neil Hardwick

    Clipstone, United Kingdom

    Neil Hardwick has struggled with diabetes since 2005 which unfortunately in 2010 led to him suffering a life threatening stroke. The stroke left Neil disabled with very little movement in his left side and with severe limitations in his legs which meant walking was a challenge.

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