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Thomas's Lands End to John O'Groats for CLDF

Riding from Lands' End to John O'Groats for Children's Liver Disease Foundation because CLDF support to young children and their families

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Children's Liver Disease Foundation

We fight childhood liver disease to help every life affected

Charity Registration No. 1067331

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My girlfriend Cozette was diagnosed with Biliary Atresia at the age of 1 and a year later underwent a life-saving operation which gave her the opportunities she otherwise would not have had. The liver transplant she received at King's College Hospital London on August 13th 1997 saved her life!

Cozette and her family sought  support from The Childrens Liver Foundation (CLDF) which provided crucial aid during their time of need. CLDF fights childhood liver disease by providing information, emotional support, research funds and a voice for all those affected.

It is for the above reasons that I feel very strongly about supporting CLDF in their continued mission to support  young children and their families.

Therefore I will be cycling the length of the UK from Lands' End to John O'Groats with two other friends, who are each supporting a charity of their choosing. We have been training hard and will be self sufficient on the trip; camping along the route and carrying all of the kit with us on our bikes. 

I've set a reasonably high target of £3000 and it would mean the world, to not only myself but Cozette's family and friends, if you could donate to CLDF through this page, any donation no matter how large or small will be graciously received.  

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