Hi Everyone, I'm really chuffed that you have taken an interest in my JustGiving page. You are probably wondering why I have chosen this charity and the reason behind my mad target of £20,000. Well it's very simple I have been motivated by a special person... my mum. In 2012 she was diagnosed with Bowel Cancer and was operated on in March followed by Chemotherapy. The staff and treatment that she received was amazing! She is now in good health and looking fabulous and smiling once again. We know that not everyone is so lucky and we're continuing to raise money so that more people can fight this terrible disease.
Charity Ball - October 2019
Our fundraising 1920’s Great Gatsby themed Charity Ball on 19thOctober 2019 held at the Castle Hotel, Windsor. A huge thank you to everyone that supported the event by purchasing tickets, donating online, donating auction and raffle prizes. The event raised over £6,000 for this worthy cause and we are so touched and humbled by everyone's kindness and generosity. This cause is very close to our hearts and we know that the money raised will do wonders for people battling this cancer that affects so many.
London 100 - 2017
' Keeping our butts moving for Bowel Cancer £20,000'
Well done to Bob, Laura and Mark for completing this
challenge for our chosen charity. The weather was perfect for an amazing cycle through London. After Adrian inspiring everyone to enter and train for this event due to illness he was unable to join them on the route. Adrian and Janet were there to cheer them over the finish line. Thank you to everyone for your donations we are amazed by the response. This activity got us 50% towards our £20,000 target.
Charity Cycle Ride 700 Mile Challenge - 2013
My first fundraising activity was to cycle from Calais to Montauroux
(South of France) along with at least 2 other middle aged
friends. We started our journey/torture on 18th May 2013 with the
plan of relaxing by the pool in the sun for a well-earned rest 10 days
later. We arrived as planned on the 28th May, thanks to 'Team 50 and Bob' who somehow managed to stay positive despite some 888 miles including the Alps, rain and severe cold.Thanks to everyone who supported us. It's times like this that you know and understand why it's us who can make the difference. Keep supporting. Thank you.