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£568raised of £500 target by 22 supporters

    Weʼve raised £568 to raise funds for SSAFA Episkopi Service Committee.

    Episkopi Station, Cyprus
    Funded on Sunday, 11th November 2018

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    To mark the centenary of the end of the First World War, SSAFA Episkopi Service Committee are inviting our community to walk with us to remember the 1,070,000 Allied casualties amassed during the Hundred Days Offensive which ended on 11 November 1918, drawing the four-year conflict to a close.

    100 years on, join us to walk a step for each of these lives. One step equates to one causality during the Offensive.

    From the 8 August 2018 until the 11 November 2018 you will need to average at least 10,700 steps a day to complete the challenge and reach the target of 1,070,000.

    We invite you to join us on our 1 Million Step Challenge by paying £23 and start stepping and raise anything else you can over the 100 days of the Challenge via this page.



    • Drew Elgeti2 months ago
      Drew Elgeti

      Drew Elgeti

      2 months ago

      To celebrate your momentous achievement of completing the SSAFA Episkopi Service - Million Step Challenge, you are invited to attend a gathering of fellow walkers. Details are as follows: Date : Monday 12th November 2018 Time: 10.30 – 11.00 Location: Episkopi Venue: Epi Centre I appreciate that not everyone is based in Cyprus, but wanted to include you so that you know what is going on. CBF intends to stop by for a quick chat. In order to arrange ample supplies of tea and cake, please RSVP by Thursday 1st November 2018. Many thanks.

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    • Drew Elgeti3 months ago
      Drew Elgeti

      Drew Elgeti

      3 months ago

      We are having another group walk this Wednesday 26th Sept. Meet at 17.30 outside the Bay Bar in Pissouri Bay. We will walk about 6kms (10,000 steps) with a short break half way for liquid intake. The route is mainly flat and no one will get left behind. So if you are a bit short of steps or just fancy a social walk, come along.

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    • Drew Elgeti4 months ago
      Drew Elgeti

      Drew Elgeti

      4 months ago

      We have arranged out a nice walk along Limassol seafront on Wednesday 22nd August at 18.00. Meet outside Cafe Nero in Limassol Marina and have a walk to increase your steps or just have a nice evening walk. We walk at slowest walkers pace so you won't get left behind. We hope you can make it! Challenge Team

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    4 months ago

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    Page last updated on: 11/23/2018 4:31 PM



    • Paul Athans

      Paul Athans

      Nov 23, 2018


    • Karen Kirkbright

      Karen Kirkbright

      Nov 11, 2018

      Hi Drew sponsorship for the challenge


    • Zeo


      Nov 8, 2018


    • Andrea Newman

      Andrea Newman

      Nov 5, 2018

      Congrats. Andrea in KBR Comms


    • Anonymous


      Oct 31, 2018


    • Ritty Lawrence

      Ritty Lawrence

      Oct 30, 2018


    • Rudra Khadka

      Rudra Khadka

      Sep 28, 2018

      All the best Sara Geddes and her team. Well done!


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    Drew Elgeti

    Drew Elgeti

    Episkopi Station, Cyprus

    Drew is the Chair of SSAFA Episkopi Service Committee. He heads a team of Volunteers who raise funds that are used to support Military Personnel and their families to relieve Suffering, Need or Distress in Epi. Money also helps fund local projects for the benefit of Personnel.

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