Remembering Lanfranco Gaglione

Our fundraising achievements in memory of Lanfranco Gaglione

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    Amount we’ve raised in Lanfranco’s memory $35,396.70

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    CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)

    CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)

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    • Donation by Andy on behalf of the gamblers.

      Money raised from this year's poker tourney...remembering the beautiful man himself...Lanfranco. xx

      £500.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Giancarlo Gaglione

      5 years on, the best Lan the Baron World Cup 2016 was hosted at the Arsenal Hub, 20 teams, Xbox tournament, great food, Lanfranco would of loved it!

      £2,000.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

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    • 14Jul

      The London 10K

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    • giancarlo-gaglione

      Last year my youngest brother, Lanfranco Gaglione, took his own life at the age of 26. It has devestated our family and friends, and whilst we may never get over this tragic loss, we have collectively found an outlet through the charity CALM.

      As a community we have raised nearly £40,000 for CALM in memory of Lanfranco Gaglione. 

      We hope that our continued work for this great cause, will help save young men from making the same mistakes my brother did.

      Thank you for your continued support.

      Giancarlo Gaglione

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      Total so far:

      $324.61

    • Lawrence-Kendrick1

      Just over a year ago, we all lost a dear friend in Lanfranco Gaglione. His positivity, genuine kindness and infectious enthusiasm are all things that make his sudden and preventable death all the more upsetting to those that had the good fortune to have met him. Never before has a nickname ‘The Legend’ been so applicable.

      In memory of The Legend, we will be repeating last year’s fund-raising effort for the charity CALM.

      Our running team (Lan’s Legends) will be taking part in our second 10k run in Regent’s Park on Sunday 5 May 2013. We eagerly welcome anybody who would like to get involved in the run, or who just wants to come along and show their support. I’m sure everyone will agree that this is a worthwhile cause, so we appreciate any donations possible.

      Suicide is currently the single biggest killer in the UK among men under 35. CALM is a campaign and charity that offers support to young men through their helpline, magazine and online community and CALM listens to anyone who needs help or support.

      Please check out the following link for more information about CALM:http://www.thecalmzone.net/what-is-calm/

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      Total so far:

      $7.05

    • Stuart-Allen-Hynd1

      Much to everyones shock and disbelief, my good friend Lanfranco Gaglione took his own life in February 2012 as an attempt to escape depression, which he suffered in silence. He was a generous, kind, funny, motivated, talented young individual, who would of done anything for anyone, so I feel the least I can do is run 10km and raise as much money as I can for the charity 'CALM' (Campagin Against Living Miserably.) to help prevent other young men taking their own life.

      Little did I know suicide is the biggest killer of young men under the age of 35 in the UK.

      If you feel like you would might like to donate, I would really appreciate it, as every penny donated is accounted for and will go straight to the charity.

      If you do not want to donate, that is also fine..... it is as much about making people aware of the issue, as it is about the donations, so thanks for reading my page! - Stuart 

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      Total so far:

      $217.98

    • Jericho-Oh

      Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

      I have completed a 10km run on 11th May with a time of 55mins. I also completed the main event, a 12 mile obstacle course called Tough Mudder on 8th June, which was with a few of my friends. This was designed by the special forces and is an all-round test of strength, stamina, mental grit, and camaraderie. 

      Last year my God-brother Lanfranco Gaglione took his own life because of depression. He was a happy, funny, smart, talented and fit person, who showed no sign of depression. No one knew because he did not seek for help.  He was an inspiration to all, a big brother to look up to and aspire to be like. At the age of 26 he completed a music degree and became a music teacher, he had been involved with several musician bands and completed several marathons, bikeathons and triathlons. He has truely inspired me to become more fit and even think about doing this run. I can honestly say this is the fittest I have ever been in my life and I owe it all to Lan.

      I will be raising money for The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), which is to prevent more males from taking their own lives. CALM is a national charity with a helpline that takes calls from across the UK.  They  also work locally where they can, and work with local health commissioners in London and Merseyside to ensure that men are informed about the local agencies available to them, and provide a dedicated and focused campaign message. They launched in Merseyside CALMzone in 2000, and since then suicide in that region has dropped year on year among young men and sits below the average for both the North West and England and Wales.  London CALMzone was launched November 2011.

      Rest in Peace Lan, you are always in our memories

       

      Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

      So please dig deep and donate now.

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      Total so far:

      $519.16

    • robfurnell

      Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

      Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity and make sure Gift Aid is reclaimed on every eligible donation by a UK taxpayer. So it’s the most efficient way to donate - I raise more, whilst saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

      So please dig deep and donate now.

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      Total so far:

      $42.32

    • Callum-Sanderson1

      Lanfranco Gaglione's death a little over a year ago was a tragedy. He managed to touch the lives of so many that knew him with his vitality and infectious enthusiasm. He made time for everyone that he met and always put others’ needs before his own. Lan’s death in February last year was a shock and he’s been sorely missed ever since. In memory of The Legend we want to raise money and awareness for the cause CALM promotes.  So, for a second year running we’ll be doing 10k at Regent’s Park, this time 5th May 2013. We warmly welcome anyone who wishes to join us, whether in the race itself, or through offering support. Please donate as much as you can to this very worthwhile cause. It would be great to smash last year's Team total of over £4,300!

      Suicide is currently the single biggest killer in the UK among men under 35. CALM is a campaign and charity that offers support to young men through their helpline, magazine and online community and CALM listens to anyone who needs help or support.   Please check out the following link for more information about CALM: http://www.thecalmzone.net/what-is-calm/

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      Total so far:

      $684.21

    • cycle4calm2

      The challenge…… Get from John O’Groats to Lands End armed with nothing but pedal power and willpower! (just incase you did not know, cycle the length of Great Britain over 1000miles). The twist…. en route we will tackle the three peaks: Ben Nevis, Scarfell Pike and Snowdon! None of us are particularly gifted cyclists, all of us are going to suffer. But it will be worth it as it's all for charity!

      The route details are here (http://goo.gl/maps/2Y6wF ) however we have decided that the more people that we can get involved the better and we would love for anyone to join us on the tour for 1 day, 3 days or even a week just for the moral support! Just drop me a message and I will be happy to pass on any details via email or Facebook. http://www.facebook.com/events/154540441369050/

      Rather than just cycle for "fun" we decided that it would be nice if someone were to benefit from our punishment, hence we will be riding for CALM & Kidney Research UK.

      As many of you will know on Friday 10th February 2012 one of my closest friends Lanfranco Gaglione passed away.The Campaign Against Living Miserably offers young men information when they are down or in crisis and it is a charity that we can all really relate to having had Lan in our lives and losing him so tragically.

      I am not asking for much, anything you can spare will help and hopefully we can raise enough to really help people. Please spread the word, invite people you know and donate what you can at the link below…

      See you in the saddle!

      The Biking Barons

       

      Ps Yes I am crazy! (just to answer your question!)

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      Total so far:

      $1,494.53

    • Naomi-Florence-Rose

      I am running 10k on the 5th May around Regents park...

      Please help me raise lots of money to remember Lanfranco, and try and help make a difference raising awareness of CALM. 

      Lan was such a bright, lovely guy who touched the lives of so many, and I hope we can do the same by raising lots of cash to help support  young men living miserably.

      Suicide is currently still the single biggest killer in the UK among men under 35. CALM is a campaign and charity that offers support to young men through their help-line, magazine and online community and CALM listens to anyone who needs help or support. Its a fantastic charity, and all donations, no matter how small make a difference. 

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      Total so far:

      $620.73

    • NicholasrKelly

      Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

      Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity and make sure Gift Aid is reclaimed on every eligible donation by a UK taxpayer. So it’s the most efficient way to donate - I raise more, whilst saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

      So please dig deep and donate now.

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      Total so far:

      $225.72

    • Gez-Lloyd

      Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

      Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity and make sure Gift Aid is reclaimed on every eligible donation by a UK taxpayer. So it’s the most efficient way to donate - I raise more, whilst saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

      So please dig deep and donate now.

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      Total so far:

      $562.89

    • RobPatterson

      Lanfranco Gaglione was a legend for countless reasons, but perhaps what made him truly stand out was the way he managed to touch the lives of so many with his vitality and infectious enthusiasm. He displayed an unwavering air of positivity, made time for anyone and everyone that he met and always put others’ needs before his own.

       

      Lan’s death in February of this year was a shock and a tragedy and he’ll be sorely missed by everyone that was blessed to have met him. In memory of the legend we want to raise money for the charity CALM and awareness for the cause it promotes.

       

      We’ll be running 10k at Regent’s Park, 3rd June 2012 and warmly welcome anyone who wishes to join us, whether in the race itself, or through offering support. Please donate as much as you can to this very worthwhile cause.

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      Total so far:

      $493.76

    • Daniela-Tripodo

      Why oh why am I doing a 10K run? Unhealthy me who has eaten one cream cake to many! And why oh why would I concider flinging myself out of a flying plane! Well let me tell you....

      As some of you may know on the 10th of Feb this year a dear school friend of mine tragically decided to kill himself at the young age of 26. One of the nicest guys I've know. Popular,clever, handsome. A smile that warms you up. A generous spirit who placed other peoples needs before his own. A musical genius without a doubt. I'm not just saying all this because he's now dead but it really is true. So why would such a man go and commit suicide? The revelation dawned that he had been silently suffering from depression. Something he had kept hidden even from the closest people in his life.

      Lan was a great believer in supporting charities, so after his sad death, his family have decided to give their support to a charity called CALM which stands for campaign against living misirably. So I am supporting them to, along with Lan's other friends. CALM is all about raising awareness about the issue of suicide. The biggest killer of men under 35 in the UK at the moment is suicide. This is a shocking statistic which is widely unknown. Action must be taken. The message needs to be everywhere. Men and women need to know that no matter how low and desperate they feel there is help available for them. They do not need to suffer in silence. They do not need to suffer alone. No matter how bad things look they need to know that there is hope and things can get better. CALM is an organisation set up specifically for this.They offer young men information when they are down or in a crisis and point them in the right directon.

      So on the 8th of July me and about 65 others will be taking part in The British 10k London run. All in memory of Lanfranco Gaglione. Various other events are being organised including a skydive which I might take part in GULP!

      http://www.facebook.com/groups/401019426604450/

      http://www.thebritish10klondon.co.uk/

      I hate running and I have to admit I'm not that fit. But for you Lanfranco I would run to the ends of the earth if that could bring you back. But I can't bring you back. What I can do is keep your memories in my heart and try my best to make sure your death was not in vain. With the money we raise hopefully it can help stop this tragedy happening to someone else. So please please donate generously to this very important cause.

       

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      Total so far:

      $675.75

    • Stuart-Allen-Hynd

      Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

      Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity and make sure Gift Aid is reclaimed on every eligible donation by a UK taxpayer. So it’s the most efficient way to donate - I raise more, whilst saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

      So please dig deep and donate now.

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      Total so far:

      $569.94

    • susycyclesrunsandjumps

      As some of you may know, my friends and I lost a dear dear friend earlier this year. Lanfranco Gaglione was a kind, beautiful, down to earth, caring, talented, inspirational and warm hearted young man. But this does not bring him justice for the truly amazing person he was.  Lan was one of my oldest friends and in the many years that I knew him, not once do I remember ever meeting him and not getting a warm fuzzy feeling in my stomach at the very sight of his smile.  Lan had that about him. He had an innate ability to make everyone around him smile and feel special, forever putting others before him.

       

      Lan sadly took his own life of the 10 of February 2012 leaving us with a colossal hole in our hearts and the world without an angel.

      CALM, the campaign against living miserably, offers young men information when they’re down or in crisis. CALM exist because suicide is one of the biggest killers of young men today. Please donate and together we can help to change this.

      I cannot think of anything worse than cycling 70 miles, but for Lan, I would cycle to the end of the world. Details for the events are below and if you happen to be free and fancy joining me at the finish line/landing strip, then I’d love to see you there for a pint, a burger, a cake or just about anything they serve at the local pub. I’m exhausted and very hungry already!

      CYCLE

      2 June 2012 – 0800 Downhills Park to Harwich

      https://www.facebook.com/events/142944849161634/

      RUN

      8 July 2012 – 0800

      https://www.facebook.com/groups/401019426604450/

      http://www.thebritish10klondon.co.uk/

      JUMP!

      Aaarrrrggghhhh

      I hope I don’t squash you on the way down :/

      Love,

      Susy

    • james-headley

      Lanfranco Gaglione was a legend for countless reasons, but perhaps what made him truly stand out was the way he managed to touch the lives of so many with his vitality and infectious enthusiasm. He displayed an unwavering air of positivity, made time for anyone and everyone that he met and always put others’ needs before his own.

      Lan’s death in February of this year was a shock and a tragedy and he’ll be sorely missed by everyone that was blessed to have met him. In memory of the legend we want to raise money for the charity CALM and awareness for the cause it promotes.

      We’ll be running 10k at Regent’s Park, 3rd June 2012 and warmly welcome anyone who wishes to join us, whether in the race itself, or through offering support. Please donate as much as you can to this very worthwhile cause.

      Suicide is currently the single biggest killer in the UK among men under 35. CALM is a campaign and charity that offers support to young men through their helpline, magazine and online community and CALM listens to anyone who needs help or support.

      Please check out the following link for more information about CALM: http://www.thecalmzone.net/what-is-calm/

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      Total so far:

      $292.03

    • Matthew-Kennedy2

      Lanfranco Gaglione was a legend for countless reasons, but perhaps what made him truly stand out was the way he managed to touch the lives of so many with his vitality and infectious enthusiasm. He displayed an unwavering air of positivity, made time for anyone and everyone that he met and always put others’ needs before his own.

      Lan’s death in February of this year was a shock and a tragedy and he’ll be sorely missed by everyone that was blessed to have met him. In memory of the legend we want to raise money for the charity CALM and awareness for the cause it promotes.

      We’ll be running 10k at Regent’s Park, 3rd June 2012 and warmly welcome anyone who wishes to join us, whether in the race itself, or through offering support. Please donate as much as you can to this very worthwhile cause.

      Suicide is currently the single biggest killer in the UK among men under 35. CALM is a campaign and charity that offers support to young men through their helpline, magazine and online community and CALM listens to anyone who needs help or support.

      Please check out the following link for more information about CALM: http://www.thecalmzone.net/what-is-calm/

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      Total so far:

      $287.79

    • Callum-Sanderson

      Lanfranco Gaglione was a legend for countless reasons, but perhaps what made him truly stand out was the way he managed to touch the lives of so many with his vitality and infectious enthusiasm. He displayed an unwavering air of positivity, made time for anyone and everyone that he met and always put others’ needs before his own.

       

      Lan’s death in February of this year was a shock and a tragedy and he’ll be sorely missed by everyone that was blessed to have met him. In memory of the legend we want to raise money for the charity CALM and awareness for the cause it promotes.

       

      We’ll be running 10k at Regent’s Park, 3rd June 2012 and warmly welcome anyone who wishes to join us, whether in the race itself, or through offering support. Please donate as much as you can to this very worthwhile cause.

       

      Suicide is currently the single biggest killer in the UK among men under 35. CALM is a campaign and charity that offers support to young men through their helpline, magazine and online community and CALM listens to anyone who needs help or support.

       

      Please check out the following link for more information about CALM: http://www.thecalmzone.net/what-is-calm/

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      Total so far:

      $678.57

    • DanielSenderowich

      I will be pushing my body beyond the limit this summer in the name of charity taking part in 6 events. I will be cycling, running, swimming and perhaps crawling to raise as much money as possible for CALM. My events 1. King of the Downs Sportive 27th May I will be cycling 56 miles along the North Downs, the Surrey Hills, Ashdown Forest and the lumps and bumps scattered through East Surrey & Kent. 2. Tottenham to Hawhich Essex by bike 2nd June We will be cycling 70 miles from Tottenham to Harwich in memory of Lanfranco the Baron . 3. The Royal Windsor River Swim 10th June I will be swimming 1.9 ilometres in the River Thames 4. Toshiba Windsor Triathalon 17th June I will be swimming 1 mile in the River Thames then cycling 25 Miles around the historic town of Windsor followed by a 6 mile run to the finish line. 5. The British 10k 8th July This event takes place in Westminster passing iconic sites such as Big Ben the London Eye amongst others. 6. Virgin London Triathalon 23rd September Last but no least the London Triathlon which is the largest event of the year and I will be competing in the Olympic distance for the second year running.

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      Total so far:

      $1,622.36

    • walking-in-a-Franco-wonderland

      A close friend of ours, Lanfranco Gaglione, recently passed away. In his memory, on 16th June 2012, 9 friends will be taking on the challenge of the Yorkshire Three Peaks, which involves a 25 mile circular walk, climbing the three highest peaks in Yorkshire in 12 hours - Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough (a total climb of 5,200 feet). Those taking part in the challenge are Elena Vasiliou, Sam O'Donovan, Chantelle Gibson, Allister Taylor, Laura Pearce, Sarah Smith, Michael Roper, Rachael Finn, Jude Gosden and Olly Gosden.

      By completing the challenge, we hope to raise awareness and support for CALM. Campaign Against Living Miserably is a charity set up to reduce the high suicide rate amongst men under the age of 35, which is currently the single biggest killer of young men in the UK. CALM not only offers support and information to young men thinking of taking their own lives but also to families and friends who have lost someone is such tragic circumstances.

      Please help us support CALM by sponsoring our challenge.

      Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving - they'll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they'll send your money directly to the charity and make sure Gift Aid is reclaimed on every eligible donation by a UK taxpayer. So it's the most efficient way to donate - I raise more, whilst saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

      You can also donate by texting LANG85 and your donation, e.g. LANG85 £10, to 70070

      So please dig deep and donate now.

       

       

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      Total so far:

      $2,027.25

    • Cycle4Calm

      As many of you will know on Friday 10th February 2012 one of my closest friends Lanfranco Gaglione passed away. The last time I spoke to Lan, we sat for hours planning a charity cycle ride to Denmark that we were due to embark on together this year.

      After everything that has happened myself and the others (Costas Athinodorou, Michael Jardin, Neal Shah, Obi Khan, Robert Hall, Busgy & Paul Soppit) that Lan mapped the route for, decided that rather than let all his effort go to waste, we would take up the challenge that he left for us and complete all 550 miles in the timescale he had set.

      In true Lan fashion he had helped me consider every aspect of the cycle, to the very last detail (as you can see from the map http://tiny.cc/z3Ce2b)

      The whole journey will take us 6 days, however we have decided that the more people that we can get involved the better.

      So we would love to invite everyone to cycle the first part of “Lans Plan” from Tottenham to Harwich. It would be great to see lots of Lans friends and family out doing something he loved and supporting a great cause (CALM) in the process. Once we all reach Harwich it is a simple train ride back to London Liverpool Street Station for most while we will set off on the boat to mainland Europe to continue the route.

      Please remember that most can do it, as long as you have a bike. This is not a race, it is just about fun and no one will be left behind. We will stop for lunch along the way to catch our breath and reminisce and it should be a great day for everyone.

      If you would like to join us drop me a message through the event (http://www.facebook.com/events/142944849161634/) or personally just so we have a rough idea of who would like to come. We are going to meet just outside Downhills Park in Tottenham at 8am on Saturday 2nd of June (more details to follow). It would be fantastic if as many people as possible showed up to really get behind the CALM cause.

      The Campaign Against Living Miserably offers young men information when they are down or in crisis and it is a charity that we can all really relate to having had Lan in our lives and losing him so tragically. Please spread the word, invite people you know and donate what you can at the link below…

      See you in the saddle

      Luis (& the Biking Barons)

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      Total so far:

      $5,589.39

    • lanthebaron

      Remembering Lanfranco... A Eulogy from his brother. 

      The Gaglione family and Rebecca, would like to thank everyone for their support and affection over the longest week of our lives. You have all helped us through this difficult time as we try to rebuild the great loss of our beloved brother, Lanfranco. As I look around at the amount of people here to pay their last respects, I am so proud that he was my brother and that he touched so many peoples lives.

      On the 17 June 2011, I had the best moment of my life. Both of my brothers were my best men and they were singing at my wedding for our first dance. It was like something dreams were made of and I will never forget that moment for the rest of my life. I was hoping one day, that I’d be able to return the favour and be Lan’s best man but life is full of mysteries and God had better plans for him.
      So this is the speech I owe you, to the best man I ever knew.

      Over the past few days, I have heard hundreds of stories from friends and loved ones reminiscing the good times they all experienced with Lan. I feel it was no coincidence that in our house, I have come across all the diaries he had written, I feel that Lan wanted me to share with you his last memories and that he has provided me with the strength to talk to you all today.

      Lan was a musical genius. He was born to play. When he was young, I remember trying to teach him how to play the piano. He picked it up so quick its as if the piano was always meant to be with him. He had the most amazing gift, to be able to listen to any song and then play it almost instantly. I remember one Mothers Day when Lan was about ten or eleven, I was trying to learn one of my mum’s favourite songs, it took me over three weeks and I had to replay the song over a hundred times. After I had learnt it, Lan came along, listened to it once and instantly played it back to me. I was so frustrated and at the same time amazed at how gifted this young boy was. He didn’t know the chords or notes he was playing, but he was able to just listen and channel this music through his fingertips. As he grew older, his love for music increased and it wasn’t long before he started composing his own songs and joining bands. From the Echo’s to MOT to the Collective and MOT he loved being with those bands, they were like a second family. Lan sometimes found it hard to express his feelings and I believe he used music as an outlet, from writing beautiful lyrics to composing equisite melodies he was a true musical genius.

      Lan loved football. Like me and secretly my mother, he was a fanatical Liverpool fan who enjoyed playing football as much as watching it. When we were younger, we used to change our living room into a football pitch and play two vs two with a sponge tennis ball. It used to drive my mum crazy, the house would shake like a stampede of elephants had run through the building and we would constantly break my Mum’s ornaments. Growing up our home was always full of friends, on many occassions they would ask our Mum to adopt them so that they could become a Gaglione brother. Our house was always full of laughter and most importantly food and if you didn’t eat fast enough, one of the Gaglione’s would finish your plate for you.

      Every Sunday at Downhills Park, we would play an epic football game for over five hours, with many of the people who are here today. After the game, Lan would be the one who would not let us leave to have our Mum’s Sunday roast until we had done fifty kick ups. Sometimes it would get so dark we couldn’t even see the ball but he would force us to stay until we had completed his task. One of my proudest football moments was when all three of us played together for Downhills Park FC in the local Sunday League and did play together for many years. Lan used to play centre back and being the perfectionist he is, he would study videos of great footballers of the past like Baresi, Moore, Maldini and use them to help with his game. I tried to get Lan to play a little nastier, to take a few leaves from the Gaglione book of defending, but he never did, he could never argue or hurt anyone, he was a true gent always. From kicking a ball in our mum’s living room as boys, to playing together on a Sunday league pitch as men, it opitimised how close we were as brothers throughout our lives.

      Lan was a baron. To him the word Baron carried a whole different meaning. A baron for Lan is the ultimate pursuit for perfection of a given subject and to complete the task at hand to its maximum potential. Lan applied this to everything he did, from music to school, from football to computer games and from fitness to cycling. He would research his subject to the nth degree, assess the amount of permutations and conquer every outcome. He was a perfectionist and of course the ultimate baron.

      Lan was an inspiration. “We could all be a little more like Lan” has been one of the most common phrases I have heard over the last week. Lan achieved so much within his 26 years. He was a great academic, a head boy at his Sixth Form and flew through his GCSE’s, A-Levels and Degree. Me and Piero would always be competing to beat each other with our grades, but Lan just silently went about his way and achieved much higher grades than both of us but with such modesty. As Lan’s love for music grew, he wasn’t content in just playing the piano, he wanted to play all the instruments, the guitar, the bass, the drums even a yukelele. When Lan decided that he wanted to lose weight, he went from being nearly 20 stone to being the most fit, agile and lean person I knew. He raised so much money for charity by putting his body through the hardest tests, one of the hardest being the London Triathlon he completed last year in almost olympic time.

      Lan was always so generous. Although he never had much money, what little money he had he would spend on other people. From buying presents to giving money to charity he would always put other people ahead of his own wants. One of Lan’s best friends Sam, told me of a story that even the smallest children couldn’t help but be affected by Lan’s love and affection. After only meeting Sam’s nephew once, he forgot about his actual uncles and would ask where’s Uncle Lan? He would have made the best uncle to the baby that me and Danielle are expecting and it tears me up inside that he will never see our children. The only light that is shining at the end of our tunnel is that this baby is due on Lan’s birthday and I can’t help but feel that some things in life are just meant to be. 

      Lan was one of two halves, he and Rebecca were soulmates and have been together for over five years. They were always going on mini adventures together whether it be romantic trips to the country or enjoying their favourite foods. In their usual selfless way, they would always bring something back so that we could all share in their trip. They would often label the food in the fridge to stop Gianpiero or my Dad from eating the whole lot themselves. They were always together, and Lan would always put her first. Although Lan is now at peace, he will be always with you and so will the Gaglione family. Rebecca, you are one of us. 

      Lan was an angel. I’ve never known anyone with a bigger heart. He always had time for people and he was selfless. Lan touched people’s hearts like no one else. Even people who had only met him for five minutes would comment on how genuine, how kind, how sweet he was. He had a talent at making everyone feel welcome, he would always find the one person in the room who was alone and comfort them. Everything Lan did, he did with a smile on his face, an infectious smile that could light up any room. A smile that embraced all who met him, a smile that comforted all who needed him.

      From reading the hundreds of facebook posts to meeting with some of you over the last week, I have lost count at the amount of people who say Lan had saved them from depression, inspired them to be something, listened to them when they were in desperate need, comforted them when they needed a friend and loved them when they needed it most. Lan like Jesus, could save everyone else but when the time came he could not save himself, as God had bigger plans for him. 

      Lan is at peace now, and he would of wanted us to carry on together. Although the reason he has left us is still unclear and may always remain a mystery, one message that the Gaglione family want to pass on is that its ok to talk. Its ok for men to cry, its ok to feel the pressures of modern life, that there are always other answers to lifes most difficult questions. We are all suffering by the void left by our beloved Lanfranco, but by channeling our pain and grief into something positive we can make a difference. The tormenting question “what could we have done to change it?” has now become “what can we do to change it”. Young men taking their own lives is the single biggest killer of that age group with over four thousand families each year suffering in the same way as us today. If everyone here can help us with our cause and we can together save only one other life from being taken away, one less family from going through this heartache, one less community from being inconsolable, we would be happy. That is why we are supporting the chairty CALM who are trying to raise awareness for this cause. I want Lan’s name to be remembered not just from those who knew and loved him, but from people all over England, that this one special person, single handedly inspired a community to change societies views on the taboo that is depression. Donations can be made at the baskets at the back so please help us with this cause. We will need all of your support as we have some really big plans for the future. 

      Lan touched so many people within his short time on this earth. Reading the hundreds of heart warming messages on facebook convey how he was loved by all who met him. I want to share with you all, one of these messages:

       

      God saw you were getting tired

      And it was not meant to be,

      So he put his arms around you 

      And whispered,''come to me''.

      With tearful eyes we watched you

      And saw you pass away,

      Although we loved you dearly

      We could not make you stay.

      A golden heart stopped beating

      Hard working hands at rest

      God broke our hearts to prove to us

      He only takes the best.

      Goodbye my brother, my friend, my angel. You were too good for this earth. I know you are now at peace and we will never, ever forget you.

       

       

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      Total so far:

      $15,961.93

    Donations made in memory of Lanfranco Gaglione695

    • Donation by Andy on behalf of the gamblers. to lanfranco's page on 03/12/2016

      Money raised from this year's poker tourney...remembering the beautiful man himself...Lanfranco. xx

      £500.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Giancarlo Gaglioneto lanfranco's page on 18/10/2016

      5 years on, the best Lan the Baron World Cup 2016 was hosted at the Arsenal Hub, 20 teams, Xbox tournament, great food, Lanfranco would of loved it!

      £2,000.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Fareedto lanfranco's page on 25/08/2016

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Chloe, Ciaran and Aidan Xto lanfranco's page on 04/08/2016

      We are very lucky to know your family and are thinking of you all at this time of year.

      £50.00

      + £12.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Andrea De Angelis and the poker boys!to lanfranco's page on 07/12/2015

      Keeping your name and spirit alive...rest in peace Lan...you are so missed. This money was raised in your memory by a crazy group of poker players. RIP my friend.

      £1,000.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Lan the Baron foundationto lanfranco's page on 13/08/2015

      Another successful Lan the Baron World Cup 2015. Thanks to everyone for their continued support. www.LanTheBaron.co.uk

      £750.00

      + £187.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Anonymousto lanfranco's page on 27/07/2015

      £25.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Robert Watkinson to lanfranco's page on 06/07/2015

      Belated donation, so I can't wish you good luck. But I can say well done on the effort and the cause.

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Gosiato lanfranco's page on 03/07/2015

      Great cause, well done guys. Good luck to Alan, Jordan, Simon and Johnny (playing as Sweden)!

    • Donation by Gusto lanfranco's page on 03/07/2015

      Great effort guys.

    • Donation by Alex Drewto lanfranco's page on 07/11/2014

      Great work guys, in many ways it has worked out well that I did not learn to play the guitar as planned. Think my 50 will be put to better use :-)

      £50.00

      + £12.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Anonymousto Luis's page on 18/07/2014

      Well done! From the ICT team

      £30.00

      + £7.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Audrey Taylorto lanfranco's page on 20/05/2014

      I lost a brother to suicide and my thoughts are with you.

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Roperto lanfranco's page on 19/01/2014

      I dressed up in a santa suit & ran around a park for you (along with my 74 year old dad) so you better be ready to baron the Abbey Road medleys when I see you next G ;)

      £100.00

      + £25.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Andrea De Angelis & Co.to lanfranco's page on 09/12/2013

      Lan...in our hearts forever...and never forgotten. 50 poker players raised this to make sure your story will continue to be told.

      £930.00

      + £232.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by michael roperto lanfranco's page on 19/09/2013

      Just about enough so you can baron GTA5 & (dare I say it) FIFA14 ;)

      £100.00

      + £25.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Mto lanfranco's page on 19/09/2013

      I lost my brother to suicide and the pain can never heal. My condolences to the Gaglione family and to his brothers.

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Fiona McCto Luis's page on 13/09/2013

      Well done such an achievement!

      £15.00

      + £3.75 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Anonymousto Luis's page on 06/09/2013

      Sicko, a true baron, Lan would be pleased

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Tinato Luis's page on 04/09/2013

      Well done Luis!

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Sophieto Luis's page on 30/08/2013

      Well Done Camacho!!! Better late than never to donate x

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Patrick Waplingtonto Luis's page on 26/08/2013

      Congrats mate!! Awesome achievement!!!

      £10.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Scott Mckenzie-Cookto Luis's page on 26/08/2013

      Well done Luis! Sponsorship doubled! S x

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • text donation

      Donation by to Luis's page on 21/08/2013

      £10.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Montse Lopezto Luis's page on 20/08/2013

      £20.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • text donation

      Donation by to Luis's page on 19/08/2013

      £10.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Manish Patelto Luis's page on 13/08/2013

      Waaaaaah!

    • Donation by Michelleto Luis's page on 09/08/2013

      Good Luck Luis! I am very impressed by all of Team Biking Baron.

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Nicola Barnardto Luis's page on 08/08/2013

      Good luck Luis!!

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by roxane pajto Luis's page on 08/08/2013

      Good luck Lu, and co. Hope all goes to plan! you are nuts though. Just keep going xx

      £25.00

      + £6.25 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Michael Russellto Luis's page on 07/08/2013

      Sorry it couldn't be more... Having kids means you're skint, always. You the man, Luis! Good luck to you and all the lads.

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Jason & Melto Luis's page on 07/08/2013

      Go hard Luis! It'll be a doddle compared with getting to Everest Base Camp and back :)

      £50.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Elizabeth Camboiato Luis's page on 01/08/2013

      Well done and have fun!

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Mahliato Luis's page on 01/08/2013

      Good luck Luis - just a few reminders: 1) WEAR A HELMET! 2) Don't get lost 3) Don't try and take on any kerbs :)

    • Donation by Lucy Rto Luis's page on 01/08/2013

      This is such a good cause Luis, well done.

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Sarah Bowersto Luis's page on 18/07/2013

      Good luck and have a fantastic time!

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Avril to Luis's page on 17/07/2013

      Good luck Luis

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Jasmine to Luis's page on 16/07/2013

      Good Luck! x

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by morgan lovellto giancarlo's page on 13/07/2013

      £130.10

      + £32.53 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Adele Louise James & Gordon James to Luis's page on 06/07/2013

      As promised. Hope you dont get saddle sore this time.

      £50.00

      + £12.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Brendanto Luis's page on 04/07/2013

      Good luck mate! Incredible challenge! Don't forget the Vaseline!

      £15.00

      + £3.75 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Antonio Panettato giancarlo's page on 02/07/2013

      Good work Carluccio

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Milesto Luis's page on 28/06/2013

      Good luck Luis!

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by viren makanjeeto giancarlo's page on 28/06/2013

      keep running mate

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by David & Gillto giancarlo's page on 27/06/2013

      Ooooh those blisters!!

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by to giancarlo's page on 27/06/2013

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by rory Smythto giancarlo's page on 27/06/2013

      Good luck! Run Forest Run!

      £25.00

      + £6.25 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Rupy Virdeeto giancarlo's page on 27/06/2013

      I know you will smash it!!! Great cause, Routing for you!! :)

      £25.00

      + £6.25 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Jey Matienzoto Jericho's page on 09/06/2013

      I'm so proud of all your achievements my love, you've done everyone so proud. Love you. xxx

      £15.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Kaushalto Luis's page on 09/06/2013

      Good luck!

    • Donation by Brian Francisto Jericho's page on 08/06/2013

      you are a sincere wonderful person and you are a reflection of your family.

      £23.00

      + £5.75 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Cristeoir Foleyto Luis's page on 04/06/2013

      Great cause, Good luck. Walking like John Wayne for the end of the summer will certainly rasie a laugh!

      £50.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Osman Nurto Luis's page on 04/06/2013

      Good luck Luis, May the Arsenal be with you!

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Dayami Espinosato Luis's page on 04/06/2013

      Good luck Luis

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by to Luis's page on 03/06/2013

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Anonymousto Luis's page on 02/06/2013

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Diana Secreanto Luis's page on 01/06/2013

      Good luck! :)

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Daniel wojtowiczto Luis's page on 31/05/2013

      Good Luck Guys.

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by CHRISTINA FERRAZto Luis's page on 31/05/2013

      Good Luck guys! See you at Snowdon!

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by M Gillto Luis's page on 31/05/2013

      Good luck!

      £10.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Anonymousto Luis's page on 31/05/2013

      Good Luck hun

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • text donation

      Donation by to Luis's page on 31/05/2013

      £10.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Darren Harkinto Luis's page on 31/05/2013

      Good luck mate

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Deborah Crawleyto Luis's page on 31/05/2013

      Good luck Luis! Love Stu and Debs x

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by David Dugganto Luis's page on 22/05/2013

      Ride like the wind!

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Jiro Maduroto Jericho's page on 19/05/2013

      Best of luck Jeldragon, very proud of you.

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Jason Coleto Callum's page on 16/05/2013

      Well done mate. Sorry I'm late coughing up!

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Steve Couchto Naomi's page on 16/05/2013

      Well Done!

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Awaes Ishfaqto Jericho's page on 15/05/2013

      Well done Jel! You da man.

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Miles Allento Stuart's page on 14/05/2013

      Well done Stuart. Giving us all a greater awareness of the problem is a great thing to do.

      $30.00

    • Donation by keith pellento Jericho's page on 13/05/2013

      well done JJ

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by OJJto Stuart's page on 13/05/2013

      Well done Stuart.

      £5.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Gilbert Alamilto Jericho's page on 10/05/2013

      Good luck dude! Will be cheering for you!

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Sarah May-Pilcherto Stuart's page on 10/05/2013

      <3 Well done Stu xxx

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Paul Soppittto Luis's page on 09/05/2013

      Only 40km to go! Very impressive boys, I'll do my best to join you for a weekend. Make sure you take a sat nav...

      £30.00

      + £7.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Amrit Bhogalto Jericho's page on 09/05/2013

      Good luck bro! Proud of you!

      £10.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Peter Thompsonto Jericho's page on 09/05/2013

      Best of luck JJ, don't fall oveer in the mud!

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Louise Bowes-Cavanaghto Luis's page on 06/05/2013

      Good luck Luis :-)

    • Donation by Tom Goldthorpeto Stuart's page on 05/05/2013

      well done stuey, great effort

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Louisa Buonocoreto Luis's page on 05/05/2013

      Good luck to you and the team, keep up all the good work!

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Lindsay Allen-Hyndto Stuart's page on 05/05/2013

      Great job Stu! Very happy to be contributing to such a worthwhile cause. Peace and big love x

      £10.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Daniel Wyattto Naomi's page on 05/05/2013

      Well done Nay Nay!

      £10.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by to Callum's page on 05/05/2013

      £20.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Anonymousto Callum's page on 05/05/2013

      Good luck Callum. Love Anne, Vicki and Zeke. XxxX

      £20.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Lucy Fergusonto Naomi's page on 05/05/2013

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Polly Grayto Naomi's page on 04/05/2013

      Good luck Naomi, happy running! xxx

      £25.00

      + £6.25 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Mike Panchaudto Naomi's page on 04/05/2013

      Good luck,,

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Andrew Beggto Naomi's page on 04/05/2013

      Don't panic x

      £15.00

      + £3.75 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Tom & Amy Izodto Callum's page on 04/05/2013

      Love you babes! Good luck from the Izods

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Mumseyto Callum's page on 04/05/2013

      Good luck son! XxxX

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Grato Naomi's page on 03/05/2013

      Best of luck bbz xx

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Holly Penneyto Naomi's page on 02/05/2013

      Bbz totes run. The one.

      £5.00

      + £1.25 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Jerry onslowto Naomi's page on 02/05/2013

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by James Millsto Naomi's page on 02/05/2013

      Good Luck!

      £5.00

      + £1.25 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Tori & Richto Naomi's page on 02/05/2013

      Good Luck! Tori & Rich x

      £50.00

      + £12.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Jonathan Henwood-Rossto Naomi's page on 02/05/2013

    • Donation by Sanjay Dhokiato Naomi's page on 02/05/2013

      I want a refund if you don't do a poo a la Paula Radcliffe

      £5.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by John Waltonto Naomi's page on 02/05/2013

      ({!})

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Richard Talbotto Jericho's page on 01/05/2013

      It's so sad to hear about Lanfranco but inspirational to know that you are doing the event in his name & supporting CALM, will be there supporting!

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Joshua Leppardto Luis's page on 01/05/2013

      Good luck Luis....your going to need it! Epic effort

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Ravi & Sandyto Luis's page on 01/05/2013

      Good luck Luis

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Simon and Elaineto Stuart's page on 01/05/2013

      Well done Stuart and all friends doing this - and enjoy it all!

      £50.00

      + £12.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Nadine Constantto Stuart's page on 01/05/2013

      Well done for doing this Stuart! Have fun in the process! xx

      £10.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by keely shiells edwardsto Luis's page on 01/05/2013

      Good Luck Luis

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Johnny Lanceto Stuart's page on 01/05/2013

      I hope the trainings going well! Have fun.

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Lynmara Hingstonto Luis's page on 01/05/2013

      Good luck, Luis!

      £10.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Mumin Humayunto Luis's page on 01/05/2013

      ...you could always grab a taxi or a train... best wishes...

    • Donation by sulina piesseto Luis's page on 01/05/2013

      Good luck!

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Tom Richardsto Stuart's page on 01/05/2013

      Good going Stu - best of luck x

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Tracey, Roge, Ollie & Sarah to Stuart's page on 30/04/2013

      Happy to give to such a worthy cause. Good luck Stuart. xx

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Anthony Sherryto Callum's page on 30/04/2013

      Run, you fools.

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Sherry Grahameto Callum's page on 30/04/2013

      Well done in advance! ;0)

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by to Lawrence's page on 30/04/2013

      £5.00

      + £1.25 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Aaron & Vicksto Callum's page on 30/04/2013

      Good Luck young man. Great cause. We're both rather proud of you....

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by From All At Tesserato Callum's page on 29/04/2013

      Good luck Callum!

      £65.00

      + £16.25 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Sophia Vega-Rojasto Robert's page on 29/04/2013

      Yes Rob! Well done mate x

      £5.00

      + £1.25 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Sophia Vega-Rojasto Stuart's page on 29/04/2013

      Go orn Stu! You can dooo ittttt! Weell done pal x

      £5.00

      + £1.25 Gift Aid

    • Donation by James Headleyto Stuart's page on 28/04/2013

      Yes Stu! x

      £5.00

      + £1.25 Gift Aid

    • Donation by James Headleyto Robert's page on 28/04/2013

      C'mon babes x

      £5.00

      + £1.25 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Mumto Robert's page on 27/04/2013

      Good luck

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by From Karim & Jessto Callum's page on 25/04/2013

      Good luck

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Allito Naomi's page on 25/04/2013

      BBZ... YOU HAD BETTER RUN AND RUN FAST.... :) so proud bbz

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Ross Stokesto Callum's page on 24/04/2013

      excellent cause, well done mate.

      £30.00

      + £7.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Tim Gordgeto Naomi's page on 24/04/2013

      Good luck, with training like yesterday you'll nail it easily ;)

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Babsto Callum's page on 23/04/2013

      Good luck Callum!

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Sylvia Priceto Callum's page on 23/04/2013

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by The Bookiesto Callum's page on 23/04/2013

      A pleasure to redirect some funds to a very worthy cause - good luck on the 5th May

    • Donation by Louise Everittto Callum's page on 19/04/2013

      Good Luck!!! :)

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Rob Daviesto Callum's page on 19/04/2013

      Good luck mate!

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by karl Swansonto Callum's page on 19/04/2013

      Good Luck mate...a great cause

      £10.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Gemma Priceto Luis's page on 15/04/2013

      Good luck guys!

    • Donation by Damian Cheffinsto Callum's page on 13/04/2013

      Good luck mate!

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Kevin Priceto Callum's page on 07/04/2013

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Jane de Grootto Callum's page on 06/04/2013

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Pamela Banhamto Callum's page on 06/04/2013

      Looking forward to seeing the evidence on Facebook... Good Luck Callum! xx

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Tim Buddento Luis's page on 03/04/2013

      Best of luck Luis!

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by to Luis's page on 29/03/2013

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Cristina Alvesto Luis's page on 29/03/2013

      Good luck

      £2.50

      + £0.63 Gift Aid

    • Donation by maria marquesto Luis's page on 29/03/2013

      good luck

      £10.00

      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Erika Ottto Luis's page on 29/03/2013

      Good Luck!

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by ian kirkwoodto Luis's page on 29/03/2013

      An epic challenge gents, hope all goes well!

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Kala Varsanito Luis's page on 23/03/2013

      Good luck Luis!

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Rosemarie Littleto Luis's page on 19/03/2013

      Good luck Luis!

      £10.00

      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Hayley Dixonto lanfranco's page on 05/03/2013

      Well done in all your dedication to this wonderful cause. Good luck with the event on Saturday and so sorry I cannot be there, much love Hayley

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Michael Hattonto Naomi's page on 03/03/2013

      £30.00

      + £7.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Beatrice Isabella Roseto Naomi's page on 03/03/2013

      Good Luck. So proud of you. xxxx

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by alev to Luis's page on 02/03/2013

      So proud if you :)

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Scott Mckenzie-Cookto Luis's page on 02/03/2013

      Hey Lou Lou, Good luck on your crazy journey! Lan would be proud of you! S x

      £20.00

      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by dadto Naomi's page on 01/03/2013

      may just see you there ..........

    • Donation by Anonymousto Luis's page on 28/02/2013

      This is barmy - good luck!!

      £15.00

      + £3.75 Gift Aid

    Charities we're helping 1

    • CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)

      CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)

      CALM, the Campaign Against Living Miserably, offers support and information to people when they need it. www.thecalmzone.net. We exist to prevent suicide, which takes 18 lives everyday and is the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK.

    Events we're doing 8

      • 14Jul

        The London 10K

      • Running / marathons

      • 05May

        Regents Park Races

      • Running / marathons

      • 02Aug

        paleolithic diet challange

      • Other personal challenge

      • 03Jun

        Regent's Park 10k

      • Running / marathons

      • 03Jun

        03/06/2012

      • Running / marathons

      • 03Jun

        10k Run

      • Running / marathons

      • 03Jun

        10K Run, Regent's Park

      • Running / marathons

      • 08Mar

        Cycle to Denmark - In Memory of Lan

      • Other Occasions