Mike Pullin

Mike and Ben's challenge for Mick

Fundraising for St Michael's Hospice (Hereford)
raised of £12,500 target
by 26 supporters
In memory of Mick Marshall
We offer a range of specialist services to people living with a terminal illness


Back before the Hospice Angels, my friend Mick Marshall and I took 'Frank' the horse to London. The trip ended up being one of the craziest boys adventures of all time and raised £12,500 for St Michael's.

Mick died on 11th May 2012 and ever since I have kept his memory alive by showing a film of our epic adventure to groups across Herefordshire, and in doing so raised an estimated £36,000.
This year, with support from Mick's family, I will be celebrating Frank's journey with a Lockdown 2.6 challenge.

Along with my friend Ben Lindon, who is living with a terminal illness, we are retracing 'Frank's Journey' on a virtual wheelchair cycle ride to London.

We will be sharing the 126-mile journey and hope our pedaling helps to raise £12,500 in memory of Mick Marshall.

Just three months before our original trip, Mick had an operation to remove a tumour from his prostate. He loved the idea of raising money for St Michael's, and our time together with Frank is one of the highlights of my life. 

Mick and I had planned to take another horse to Lands End with a gipsy caravan, but we never got the chance to take on another epic journey. Mick was a perfectionist in everything he did, and it will mean a lot to his wife and family to keep his memory alive with this 2.6 challenge.

About the charity

We provide a range of services in Herefordshire and the surrounding area to people living with a terminal illness. Care is free to patients, their families and carers. This is thanks to supporters taking part in events, visiting our shops, playing our Lottery, donating and leaving gifts in wills.

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+ £131.25 Gift Aid
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