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Tom,Will,Rob, Rog Page 2019

24 Mile Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) the Channel for Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund because we lost our Dad/Grandad/Friend to PancreaticCancer

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Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund

We research early diagnosis and treatments to beat pancreatic cancer.

Charity Registration No. 1155322


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Team ‘Safari Njema’ will complete the 24 Mile
English Channel Crossing by Stand Up Paddle board (SUP) challenge in 8 hours (Our ‘Safari’) to commemorate the fifth anniversary of losing our Dad, Grandad, Grandpa, Friend to Pancreatic Cancer. We will be raising money for the Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund (PCRF) to help fund more innovative research to improve the current 3% survival rate and ultimately find a cure. We would welcome any donations.  

We will launch from Rye Harbour then complete the 24 mile journey, via Dungeness and cross the busiest shipping lanes in the world to Boulogne in France – all within 8 Hours!.

Team Safari Njema : Thomas (Ted's Son), William (Grandchild), Rob (Family Friend), Roger (Work Colleague) Supported by Will from Full throttle boat charters with his 7.4m Rib.

We all had our first paddle board lesson on 24th March 2019! 17 weeks
before the big crossing W/C 22nd July 2019 and are busy training!
Especially given some of the largest ships will be travelling at 20 knots.


W/C 22nd July 2019 (Weather dependent; Will be one of the days that
week (24 hours notice)

If you aren’t too tired of charitable giving then we would be grateful for as little as £5. This is our annual charitable endurance challenge to remember our Dad / Grandad / Grandpa / Husband / Friend.

Asante Sana / Thank You

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