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Ernie's Running For CancerResearch

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  • Team members: Ernie Bryden
  • Event: Dumfries half Marathon, 27 Sep 2009

Cancer Research UK

We pioneer life-saving cancer research to help beat cancer sooner

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Hi and welcome to my web-page

PLEASE NOW GO TO A NEW PAGE >>>>>>>>>>   www.justgiving.com/Ernie-Bryden   <<<<<<<<<< 

In September I ran the Dumfries Half Marathon, In October I'm running the Great Cumbrian Run (Half Marathon) from Carlisle Castle, and in May 2010 The Edinburgh Marathon.

So Far My Schedule Looks Like This.

 1st Sept 2009    -  Dumfries 10k - completed in 43:12

27th Sept 2009   -  Dumfries Half Marathon (13.1 miles) - completed in 1:42:15

25th Oct 2009     -  Great Cumbrian Run (13.1 miles) -  
 
23rd May 2010   -  The Edinburgh Marathon (26.2 miles) -
Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to CancerResearchUK and make sure Gift Aid is reclaimed on every eligible donation.

So PLEASE SPONSOR ME NOW!  and together we'll help beat cancer, and remember no amount is too small. Thank you in advance for your support with this fantastic cause, 


About me. My name is Ernie, I am 43,  I live and work in Scotland in the small border town of Gretna where I'm a single dad.

Why do I want to run the Dumfries Half Marathon etc?                                                                                             When I was 25 my first child was born and a month later I ran the Dumfries half Marathon in 93 minutes. That was the last time I ran a race but have vowed to do it again. It would be a great achievement to run it now 18 years later in the same time and as an example to all three of my kids. I've always said "I am going to run a Marathon one day" it has been my dream since then really. Now I have a confirmed place in Edinburgh.

Why did I choose to run for the CancerResearchUK?
I researched many charities but just kept coming back to this one, not least because Cancer affects too many lives, but the professionalism of CancerResearchUK impressed me no end. I'm very commited to this and have been training since March 2009. To those living with this I will be thinking of you when I run.

I would like to say a huge THANK YOU to my family, everyone at work, and all the online buddies who have sponsored me so far. You have all been very supportive and I am so grateful to have such wonderful friends and family. Also to those people who I don't know personally yet have taken the time to sponsor me and raise a fantastic sum for Cancer Research UK. I am truly grateful. THANK YOU.

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