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The BT team's 25km, 16 Bridge London Challenge, On behalf of Saying Goodbye

25km walk through London and over 16 bridges for Saying Goodbye because they provide amazing support to bereaved families.

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  • Team members: Andy Vittles, Paul Wicks, Oliver Wilson, Stuart Bailey, Dom Hooper, Jamie Twemlow, Jake Varden, Lee Smith, George Eaton, Gary Saunders, Dominic Stevens.
  • Event: The London 16 Bridge Challenge, 19 Sep 2019

Saying Goodbye

We support people through baby loss to bring healing to their grief

Charity Registration No. 1151108

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Thanks for taking the time to visit our JustGiving page.

As a team we are raising money for 'Saying Goodbye' as our chosen Charity. 

Why have we chosen 'Saying Goodbye'? Sadly, hundreds of people across the UK go through baby loss each day and for each person, ‘Saying Goodbye’ are there to help, support, explain, and make sense of what for many can be a deeply traumatic time. 

As a team, we wish to take on a challenging test to help raise money for such a worthy and supportive cause. To add some difficulty, Andy & Oliver will be attempting to walk the 25km route carrying a Royal Marine Bergens (Rucksack) with between 30-60lbs of weight (Depending on training injuries :-( )

If you can find the time to wish us support, and if you are able to make a small donation it would be really appreciated. Please know that it will be going to a great cause, providing focussed support for parents and families during very difficult times.

For further information on the Trust, please find:-  https://www.sayinggoodbye.org/


Thanks for your interest and any support.

Kind regards,

Paul, Andy & the 'Dream Team'.

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