My son, Harrison David Tilley, was born on 23rd February 2016 weighing in at a tiny 2lbs 5oz, at Medway Hospital, almost 3 months before his estimated due date! His premature and somewhat unexpected arrival came as massive shock to both Steph and I, and we weren't sure on the road ahead for us and our newborn baby boy!
It's only been through the constant 'Round-the-Clock' care and support that the Oliver Fisher Ward provide, that Harrison has been able to progress and develop in a way you would normally expect a baby to do so inside of the womb.
Without their continued efforts and assurance, through this long and difficult period we don't know where we would be, and for this we are truly grateful!
As a way of giving something back, and to help them to continue to deliver this exceptional level of care to Harrison and other pre-term babies, I have decided to undertake this challenge and raise as much money for them as I can, roping in good friend and fellow "Experienced Cyclers" Luke Pearson, Karl Hague and John Charlton in the process!
To put things in perspective, one of the incubators that the Harrison has spent 90% of his time in, costs a massive £15k, so please help us to help them by donating generously.
For more details on the challenge click here...