Carrying on from Stacey’s and Kelly’s wonderful charity run achievement, Boxer, Dan Timon, Scott Kirk, Ryan Wetheridge & Rob Spencer, have so generously decided that they would like to donate all their charity funds from their bike ride from London to Brighton which they will be doing on the 21st June, this is the 40th year of this 54 mile bike ride and attracts up to 28,000 riders.
We wish them all the best for this demanding challenge and thank them for supporting Jamie’s chosen charity.
About 8 weeks to go until I run the Brighton Marathon and the training is going well after a couple of set backs with ankle problems, as you know I would love to raise as much money as I can for this amazing charity and with all the love and help from friends and family, then im sure we can make this happen XXX
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As most of you will be aware that in September this year I sadly lost my dear Brother Jamie, this was a sudden shock to mys...elf and my family and has left a lot of people with broken hearts.
Recently I received a place in the Brighton Marathon on the 12/04/15. Running is something I have enjoyed doing for quite a few years now but I have never had the will to push myself to the extreme of a Marathon. Since losing my Brother I seem to look at life in a different light with the thought that you just never know what's around the cornerI know this would have been something that would have made Jamie very proud and this is another reason for doing this run but the main reason is that I would like to try and raise as much money as I can for a charity that was extremely close to my brothers heart.I feel that having this focus and aim would push me to train even harder to achieve a finish.I would be so grateful if you could all take a minute to look at Jay's page below and consider sponsoring me for my big challenge. Every little helps and would be appreciated.
Thanks everyone xxxxx
Jamie was taken from us on the 19th September 2014, he was an amazing fiance, father, son, brother, uncle and friend and he will be greatly missed by everyone that had the pleasure of knowing him.
Jamie was a great family man and when his only niece Jessie tragically passed away earlier this year he was planning on doing a skydive to raise money for the wonderful Special Care Baby Unit that cared for her.
If you would like to make a donation and as Jamie never got to do the skydive we feel that this would be a worthy cause in his memory.