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raised of £2,000 target
by 119 supporters
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Jacqueline Bond

Ross & Jacqueline's End to End challenge

Fundraising for Peggy Dodd

103 %
raised of £2,000 target
by 119 supporters
  • In memory of: Phyllis Bond
  • Event: End to End 1000(ish) mile bike ride.

Peggy Dodd

Peggy Dodd works in Bath to help people suffering from Alzheimer's and dementia, and those who care for them. It runs a Day Centre, and a Home Sitting Service. These support 90 carers. We also run a Dementia Cafe meeting on the 1st Sat of each month, and a weekly Singing for the Brain meeting.

Charity Registration No. 1058294


16/6/12 -

I am pleased to say we have succesfully completed our challenge. Our final statistics were:  966.1 miles ridden over 83 hours & 41 minutes. We climbed 17,229 metres and only had 1 puncture. 

We've both been amazed by how much interest we've had in our trip and the generousity of friends, family and strangers.





Ross and I will be cycling 'down' the country from John O' Groats to Lands End, to raise money for the Peggy Dodd centre.  We have chosen this charity as it was one that supported my Grandmother whilst she suffered with Vascular Dementia. This challenging ride is over 1,000 miles, and we only have 2 weeks booked off work to complete it. We will be starting on the 1st June 2012.

The Peggy Dodd centre offers a day care facility, which provides respite for families and carers of people suffering with memory loss, such as Dementia. The centre put on activities for all their visitors such as craft sessions, card games, community singing (with local schools), quizzes, memory games, dancing, physical movement exercises etc. All are designed to stretch the memory. 

As the centre helped my family personally, Ross and I have decided to take on this challenge in memory in my Grandmother, Phyllis Bond, and to support the Peggy Dodd centre to continue it's good work.

Thank you for visiting our page - I hope you can support us both.

 Ross & Jacqueline



  • Challenge completed!
  • What will we look like after 1,000 miles