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Challenge12 - 100KM London to Cambridge Walk

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Eilidh Brown Memorial Fund

Eilidh Brown died from cancer on 25.3.2010 aged just 15 The charity aim to build a holiday home in Scotland,for young people and their families who have been touched by cancer, in Eilidhs memory. Eilidhs family understand the strain families experience and KNOW the relief a holiday will bring.

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Challenge12 - London 2 Cambridge 100KM Walk

Lisa Meiklejohn - Andy Connolly

www.challenge12.co.uk

We will be doing a 100km (64 miles) walk this August. Starting in the hustle and bustle of London Town and ending up in Cambridge!! I know it will be a difficult challenge, a real test of endurance, but we will support each other all the way. Starting close to the Olympic Park, up the Lea Valley and on to Cambridge 100 km later. A new route with 50km options. Fundraise for over 300 different charities and see if you can go from city to city en foot! Our charity, The Eilidh Brown Memorial Fund, is more than worth the commitment. We will be walking for more than 24 hours!! It would be great to have anyone on board, just think how good you will feel about yourself after.

Eilidh Brown Memorial Fund

The Eilidh Brown Memorial Fund was set up by her family. Eilidh wanted to help others in her situation. The aim of the fund is to build a respite holiday home in the Stirling area for young people and their families who are in treatment for or recovering from cancer. They want to build a place where families and young people can go to relax and make lovely memories together.


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