Remembering Angus Rowland

Our fundraising achievements in memory of Angus Rowland

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About Angus Rowland

  • Born on: 14/12/1996

  • Died on: 26/05/2011 , 14 years old

  • Lived in: Staplefield

Amount we’ve raised in Angus’s memory $223,287.95

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Bloodwise (formerly Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research)

Bloodwise (formerly Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research)

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  • 30Jul

    Prudential Ride London 2017

Our fundraising pages 43

  • arielshaveforangus

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    We are Ariel Company Theatre. This October, we are performing a play called Hospital Food by Eugene O'Hare. The play follows the story of a group of teenagers, all suffering from cancer.We wanted to do our bit to help the cause and raise awareness in the local community. On the 21st of October, we are shaving our heads to raise money for the Angus Rowland Forget Me Not fund. Ariel have been fundraising for Angus for many years and have helped raise over £5,000 for the fund.

    Angus was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia in October 2010, and sadly passed away in May of the following year. Despite three courses of chemotherapy, his leukaemia did not go into remission.

    Since the fund was set up in 2011, over £75,000 has been raised in Angus’ name to help beat blood cancer. This is a truly unique achievement, and we would like to thank everyone involved for their amazing support.

    Our current goal is £1000 and we would really appreciate your help.

    Every donation transforms lives. We couldn't do it without you!

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    Total so far:

    $212.81

  • RideLondon17TeamAngus

    Introducing Team Angus: Tim & Joe Smale, Nick Wheeler, Julian Dodds, Clive Lampard, Paul Lund, Andy Franks, Al Dawkins, Quentin Crowe, Matt Reynolds, Jonathan Rowland, Elizabeth Mailey, Paul Hunter, Tim Aspeling, Angus & Rory Wells, Andy Hodgson, Emma Shaw, Tina Towler, Tim Pennington

    We are friends and family who all have a close personal reason for joining Angus's parents Elizabeth and Jonathan and Joe and his father Tim in cycling the 100mile route in Ride London in July.

    Angus and Joe met and became friends at University College Hospital London where they were having similar treatment prior to lifesaving bone marrow transplants in 2011.Joe, who had survived leukaemia twice before, was treated successfully but unfortunately Angus's leukaemia was resistant to treatment and he didn’t make it.

    Since his death Angus's parents have set up the Angus Rowland ForgetMeNot Fund to raise money for Bloodwise and to date they have raised £170,000. More people die from blood cancer than breast cancer and prostate cancer and Joe has spent over half his life being treated for leukaemia.

    We want to help raise money to research cures to help beat blood cancers forever. This really is possible, but we need to fund more research. Over the years many friends and family have already donated and supported our cause so we are trying to get as many people as possible to donate just £2 (less than the cost of a cup of coffee). You can donate any amount on this page or to donate £2 text ANGU96 2 to 70070.

    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.

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    Total so far:

    $11,250.75

  • James-Townend2

    Hi everyone,

    I am running the Surrey half marathon in support of Bloodwise, who fund research and provide support to improve blood cancer patients' lives.

    A good friend and colleague of mine's nephew lost his battle with this terrible disease. Please read his story below. Any donations will be gratefully received.

    Thank you

    James


    Angus Story

    Angus was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia in October 2010. Despite 3 courses of chemotherapy his leukaemia would not go into remission and we came home at the end of February with nothing more to be done.

    Extensive research by his medical team found another experimental treatment to try but this also was unsuccessful so Angus came home again at the end of April knowing that his disease was terminal. He was so positive and brave throughout full of life and ideas. He lived through his friends and his music and was surrounded by both to the end. Angus died on May 26th 2011 at home aged 14 and a half.

    His friends, family and Mollydog miss him every second of every day and would like to save others from the pain and anguish of losing their loved one. Please support us in our efforts to make a difference and find treatments for leukaemia.

    We know that the remission rate for AML is much lower that ALL (the more common form of childhood leukaemia) and it can be very difficult to treat in teenagers. Although much is known about AML at a molecular level this had not translated into treatments. We would like to raise money to fund research to bridge this gap and provide treatments for young people like Angus.

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    Total so far:

    $945.54

  • Robert-Atkinson-la-marmotte

    La Marmotte is the ultimate European Sportive, covering a route of 174km in the French Alps, climbing a total of 5,180m over iconic climbs made famous by the Tour de France, including Col du Glandon, Col du Telegraph, Col du Galibier & culminating in the epic 21 hairpin ascent of Alp d'Huez.

    For some reason I thought it would be a good idea to try and complete this epic sportive, which we hope will take approximately 9-10 hours!

    I'm raising money for Bloodwise, in memory of Angus Rowland, who was just 14 when he was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia.

    Bloodwise are the UK's specialist blood cancer charity and have been working to beat blood cancer since 1960.  Their aim is to accelerate & improve diagnosis; improve treatment & find cures; as well as improving care & helping people live well with & beyond blood cancer; improve awareness & understanding of blood cancer.

    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.

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    Total so far:

    $425.63

  • jessisjumping

    Hi, thank you for taking the time to look at my JustGiving page. On Saturday 28th May, 5 years after his passing, I will be doing a skydive from 15,000 feet in loving memory of my close friend Angus Rowland. Angus was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML) when we were just 14 years old. He battled his fight for 8 months but sadly passed away at home with his family on 26th May 2011. Angus' strength and courage really inspired me and so I have finally decided to face up to some of my fears and take a courageous decision to jump out of a plane, remembering him. As his family, Elizabeth, Jonathan and Ed, and the community around him have raised a staggering amount of over £144,000, I wanted to do my part in this extraordinary accomplishment. I would be so grateful for any donations, whether they be big or small, everything counts.

    Thank you again for your generosity and taking the time to read about something that has a very special place in my heart.

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    Total so far:

    $1,392.96

  • BillMailey

    My dad Bill was a survivor. He has come through a tough childhood to make his way in the world, marry his beloved Bridie and was proud to be the father of me, his daughter Elizabeth. In time he also became a Grandad to 2 lovely boys Angus and Edward. 

    Bill in his 80's survived a burst appendix (2 weeks in ITU), skin cancer and lymphoma. However its was the cold creeping hand of dementia that took hold of him in his last 2 years taking his memories and peace of mind. 

    He died peacefully on 21st February 2016 and went to join my mum, his beloved wife Bridie, and cherished grandson Angus. who died from leukaemia in 2011. Jonathan, Edward and I were there to say goodbye and let him know how much he was loved. 

    It seems fitting to send donations in his memory to Bloodwise as both he and Angus had developed a blood cancer.  Thank you for visiting his page

    Goodnight Dad, Grandad, Bill xxx

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    Total so far:

    $370.17

  • Patrick-get-running



    I am running the north Devon marathon, in support of LLR, because many years ago the world lost a very good person to a very bad thing, so i am hoping i might be able to make more people aware of leukemia and lymphoma research


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    Total so far:

    $238.61

  • R-COWELL

    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. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $1,089.86

  • Ollie-Hopkins

    Hi, thanks for taking the time to look at my JustGiving page.

    On the 20th November 2015, I will be doing a tandem skydive from 15,000 feet. I'm doing it for the Angus Rowland Forget Me Not Fund.

    Angus was my best friend at the beginning of secondary school. In year 9, he was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML) which is a very tricky cancer to treat in young people. Angus battled in hospital for 8 months before sadly passing away at home in May 2011, aged 14.

    I've found that fundraising is the best way to remember Angus as the money helps go to families and sufferers of all kinds of blood cancers. I would hate for other families to go through what Angus, Elizabeth, Jonathan and Ed went through and so any donation, big or small would be hugely appreciated.

    Thanks again for your generosity, it means a great deal to me.

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    Total so far:

    $1,426.13

  • bikeathon2015forAngus

    We did it and fun was had by all. Special mentions go to Rachel and Nick who joined us for the 1st time, to Max who went further than before,to George who battled with obstacles and won and Rory who cycled in one gear the whole way around.  Thank you all who joined in to be part of Team Angus and for all all supporters for their sponsorship. xx

    Team Angus have entered the 2015 London Bikeathon. This will be the 5th year that we have taken part in this fantastic event and have once again gathered a great group of people to join the team. There will be 2 teams, one each tackling the 26 and 52 mile routes through London. We have set up a team page for sponsorship and really appreciate your support. 

    The team so far: Angus, Rory &Julie Wells, Hariette Machin, Alison Roden, James, Nick & Rachel Rowland, Tim Pennington, Dean & Max Tyrell, Alison & George Reynhart, and of course us 2 Elizabeth &Jonathan

    OUR STORY -The Angus Rowland ForgetMeNot Fund

    Angus was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid leukaemia in October 2010. Despite 3 courses of chemotherapy his leukaemia would not go into remission and we came home at the end of February with nothing more to be done.

    Extensive research by his medical team found another experimental treatment to try but this also was unsucessful so Angus came home again at the end of April knowing that his disease was terminal. He was so positive and brave throughout full of life and ideas. He lived for his friends and his music and was surrounded by both  to the end. Angus died on May 26th 2011 at home aged 14.

    His friends, family and Mollydog miss him every second of every day and would like to save others from the pain and anguish of losing their loved one. Please support us in our efforts to make a difference and find treatments for leukaemia. 

    We know that the remission rate for AML is much lower than ALL (the more common form of chillhood leukaemia) and it can be very difficult to treat in teenagers. Although much is known about AML at a molecular level this has not translated into treatments. We have set up the Angus Rowland ForgetMeNot Fund to raise money to fund research to bridge this gap and provide treatments for young people like Angus.

    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.

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    Total so far:

    $2,278.89

  • SPCC24footballTCT

    This will be the 3rd 24h football match held at SPCC in Burgess Hill. We want to take part to raise money for TCT who help teenagers diagnosed with Cancer. They fund teenage friendly wards in hospitals providing on suite rooms equipped with TVs, Internet, Game consoles etc. All things that make life bearable and help keep in touch with friends. A number of have visited friends being treated in TCT units and it means a lot to remember them and help make others lives more bearable when being treated with cancer.

    Thanks for taking the time to visit our JustGiving page and your support.

     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.

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    Total so far:

    $1,544.38

  • SPCC24footballAngusFMNFund

    We want to raise money to support research into treating bloodcancers. Angus Rowland was one our close friends who died aged 14 with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia when were in yr 9 at SPCC. He really brave even though his cancer proved to be untreatable. Some of us also knew Digby Davidson who too died of AML aged 14. This is our way of helping to find treatments and a cure that will one day help others and remember our friends too. We hope that you can support us. 

    Thanks for taking the time to visit our 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. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $859.51

  • bikeathon2014forAngus

    We did it. Our 19 strong Team Angus completed e London Bikeathon 2014 cycling the 100, 52 and 26mile routes. The weather was perfect and the atmosphere electric. We would also like to say a big thank you to everyone who travelled to London to support us and all of you who have donated to our page. A special mention must go to Rory Wells who was the fastest cyclist up Box Hill and Julie Wells who  tackled the 100 route with guts and determination finishing in just over 7 hours.

    In 2013 we all made it to the finish and before the heavy rains set in. It was a great day with an amazing atmosphere and very inspiring to see so many cyclists wearing LLR shirts cycling though London.  We even made the highlights video!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m20qAbAtdTU

    We have decided to set up a team page for sponsorship and appreciate your support. The team so far: Angus, Julie & Rory Wells, Tim Aspeling, Andy Hodgson, Alison Roden, Tom Blunt, James & Kathryn Rowland, Tim Pennington, Dean, Max and Ashleigh Tyrell, Alison & George Reynhart, Jane Hopkins, Clare Stanton- Thompson, Krissy & Marek Lenartowicz and of course us 3 Elizabeth, Jonathan and Edward. 

    OUR STORY -The Angus Rowland ForgetMeNot Fund

    Angus was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid leukaemia in October 2010. Despite 3 courses of chemotherapy his leukaemia would not go into remission and we came home at the end of February with nothing more to be done.

    Extensive research by his medical team found another experimental treatment to try but this also was unsucessful so Angus came home again at the end of April knowing that his disease was terminal. He was so positive and brave throughout full of life and ideas. He lived for his friends and his music and was surrounded by both  to the end. Angus died on May 26th 2011 at home aged 14 and a half.

    His friends, family and Mollydog miss him every second of every day and would like to save others from the pain and anguish of losing their loved one. Please support us in our efforts to make a difference and find treatments for leukaemia. 

    We know that the remission rate for AML is much lower than ALL (the more common form of chillhood leukaemia) and it can be very difficult to treat in teenagers. Although much is known about AML at a molecular level this has not translated into treatments. We would like to raise money to fund research to bridge this gap and provide treatments for young people like Angus.

    Thanks for taking the time to visit our 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. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $1,115.66

  • poppyandalice4angus

    WE did it!!! Poppy Wilkinson and Alice Wightman had their hair cut  on Tuesday 25th June 2014! Thank you to everyone who has supported us. We are delighted


    The money raised will go to Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research in memory of Angus Rowland, a friend of Poppy's who died age 14 from Leukaemia, and to raise support for the charity.

    Once our hair is cut it will also be sent to another charity called the Little Princess Trust which makes wigs for children who have had cancer treatment. We would love it if you could support us and donate to such a worthy cause!

    You can also donate by texting POAL97 followed the amount e.g £2/£5/£10 to 70070

    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. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $2,767.71

  • Mermaids2014

    *** 2015 MERMAID REGATTA FRIDAY 19TH JUNE ***

    Our 3rd Regatta took place on 26th June and was a fantastic success raising £4800 for the Angus Rowland ForgetMeNot Fund@Leukemia and Lymphoma Research and the Ellen Macarthur Cancer Trust.

    We started the regatta with  a Midsummer BBQ at Seaview Yacht Club on theWednesday 25 June. The next day the sailors took to the water with easterly winds generating some chop on the water, making conditions a little uncomfortable and led to the boats shipping some water. However this did not deter the sailors who enjoyed the exhilarating weather.

    Team Uruguayan Nibblers, sponsored by Close Leasing and captained by Seth Clasby, emerged victorious at the end of a full day of racing. The day finished with a silent auction which had a number of fantastic prizes donated by The Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust, Bob De’Ath and Janette Rowland


    Thanks for taking the time to visit our 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. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $3,095.47

  • Andy-Hodgson4AngusFMNFund

    Thank you for visiting my JustGiving page

    After a number of unsuccessful attempts I have this year won a place in the ballot to run the London Marathon

    I have decided to raise money for Leukemia & Lymphoma Research, which is a cause very close to my heart. Angus Rowland was the son of close family friends. He died from Acute Myeloid Leukaemia aged 14. His disease was resistant to all available treatments. Since his death in 2011 his family has set up the Angus Rowland Forgetmenot Fund with Leukemia & Lymphoma Research to try and find treatments for other teenagers like Angus for whom this type of cancer is untreatable

     To find out more visit Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/AngusRowlandFMNFund OR http://www.justgiving.com/Angus-Mailey-Rowland     

    Please support me by donating as little or as much as you can spare - every pound really does matter

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    Total so far:

    $2,848.30

  • Ian-Moore4angus

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    Jonathan Rowland a good friend through work lost his teenage son Angus in 2011. Angus was 13 when he was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia and he died eight months later aged 14 when his cancer proved untreatable.

    Since then his friends and family have set up the Angus Rowland ForgetMeNot Fund and have been raising money for Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research to find treatments for other teenagers faced with a blood cancer.  They have already raised over £112,000. 

    I would like to join their fundraising and am asking for your support.

    For more information https://www.facebook.com/AngusRowlandFMNFund

    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.

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    Total so far:

    $1,289.78

  • Team-Angus-London-Bikeathon-2013

    We all made it to the finish and before the heavy rains set in. It was a great day full of atmosphere and very inspiring to see so many cyclists wearing LLR shirts cycling though London.  We even made the highlights video!!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m20qAbAtdTU

    This year Team Angus are entering 3 teams for the London Bikeathon cycling the 100, 52 and 26mile route 

    Team Angus members so far:

    Jonathan & Ed Rowland, Elizabeth Mailey, Tim Aspeling, Andy Hodgson, Paul, Fenella, & Tillie Hunter, Angus, Rory & Julie Wells, Alison Reynhart, Corinne Wilcox, Linda Shelton. Keith Barron, Paul & Lou Bartley, Seb Blunt, Jack Forshaw, Tim Pennington, Dean & Max Tyrell, Jane Hopkins, Charlie Dunlap ....so far

    We have decided to set up a team page for sponsorship and appreciate your support.

    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.

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    Total so far:

    $2,978.10

  • Tim-Pennington23

    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. 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:

    $38.69

  • Bob-Hopkins2

    Thank you for visiting my birthday page. 

    In 2010 Angus Rowland was diagnosed with Leukaemia which involved 5 months of chemotherapy treatment as an in patient. Angus was Olivers best friend and he would visit Angus  weekly and often twice a week. Unfortunatey the cancer proved untreatable and Angus died in May 2011 aged 14. 

    We were devastated. Since then all the family, and Oliver in particular, have been involved in fundraising for The Angus Rowland Forgetmenot Fund which has been set up within Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research to help fund research into beating teenage blood cancer.

    Best wishes

    Bob

    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.

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    Total so far:

    $380.49

  • rememberingpenny

     

    Penny was diagnosed with two types of Lymphoma. B cell Non-Hodgkins, and Double Hit Lymphoma. They were both very aggressive. She managed to conquer the B cell non-Hodgkins Lymphoma completely. Sadly, Double Hit Lymphoma has only recently been discovered, and not very much is known about it. It seems to be resistant to most treatments, and the chances of survival are slim. Penny's Double Hit spread to the central nervous system and brain, and was untreatable.

    Penny showed incredible strength of character right to the end, and felt that she had been blessed with a happy life. It was her wish that instead of flowers, any donations should be made to The Angus Rowland Forget Me Not Fund in her memory.

     The Angus Rowland Forget Me Not fund has been set up within Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research in memory of Angus, who lived in Staplefield, and died aged 14 with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia. His family are raising money to support research to find treatments for blood cancers to help others faced with aggressive disease. https://www.facebook.com/AngusRowlandFMNFund

    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. 

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    Total so far:

    $4,871.70

  • Paddyspromdress

    Well Paddy did it. he bravely set  out to his year 11 prom in a beatiful blue dress, raising money for LLR. We are all so proud of you.

    Angus Rowland was my friend. We met in year 7 at St Pauls Catholic College and would get the minibus to school everyday. We had such a laugh on those journeys. I could not believe it when he was diagnosed with leukaemia at the beginning of yr 9. We would meet up at the park when he came home but he was getting weaker. Angus's leukaemia was very aggressive and did not respond to treatment and I lost my friend at the end of yr 9 in May 2011.

    Now we are nearing the end of year 11 and our Prom is approaching on 11th July. Angus should be here to enjoy it with us. I have decided to remember him by going to prom in a dress and hope that my friends and family will sponsor me for being so brave and or stupid!!!  Anything that you can give will be brilliant. 

    Angus's family have set up the Angus Rowland Forgetmenot Fund to raise money to find treatments that will help other teenagers overcome leukaemia. You can follow their progress on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AngusRowlandFMNFund

    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. for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

     

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    Total so far:

    $357.00

  • Angus-Rowland-ForgetMeNot-FundD2R

    We made it 9hr 32mins. Tough at the end as the wind got up in the last 50km making the downhill stretch very hard work! Thank you to everyone who supported us. 

    A group of 3 from Team Angus, having taken on the Olympic Road race route in September 2012 at the LLR London Bikeathon, have decided to tackle the Dead Sea to the Red Sea Road race which will be held in Jordan on March 15th 2013.

    Jonathan Rowland, Paul Hunter and Angus Wells will cycling the 242km route supported by Julie Wells and Steve Nutt who will ensure that the riders are fed and watered along the way. The challenge starts at 4am on the shores of the Dead Sea at an altitude of -415m below sea level. From there teams make their way through the Wadi Araba to an altitude of +120m above sea level before descending towards the shores of the Gulf of Aqaba at sea level.

    We are raising money to fund research in memory of Angus Rowland who died aged 14 from Acute Myeloid Leukaemia, which is very difficult to treat in teenagers. He loved to cycle.

     We want to take on this challenge and raise money to prevent other teenagers losing their lives to this disease. You can read his story on http://www.justgiving.com/Angus-Mailey-Rowland or visit Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AngusRowlandFMNFund

    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. 

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    Total so far:

    $2,300.22

  • Lawrence-Tyrrell

    Last year I participate in a 24 hour football match in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust, and more poignantly, the Forget me Not Fund who raise for Lukemia and Lymphoma Research. For myself and many of my collegues, the Forget me Not Fund is close to our hearts as it is in memory of Angus Rowland who tragically passed away last year. 

    I've set my self the goal of £140, another £100 pounds on top of the offline donations I have already recieved. I'd be ecstatic if you could all help me reach this goal in aid of such a great cause. 

    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:

    $64.49

  • James-Sicilia

    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:

    $153.48

  • Benjo-Potts

    On the 28th October I will be taking part in a twenty four hour football match in memory of Angus Rowland to raise money for The Teenage Cancer Trust who helped support Angus in his fight with Leukaemia. Angus unfortunately passed away on the 26th May 2011.

    Last year, the event raised over £2000 for both the Teenage Cancer Trust and the Angus Rowland Forget Me Not Fund, a fantastic achievement for all those involved. This year we are aiming to make the event as big as possible and raise even more money so please give generously to these two fantastic Charities!

    Thank you for taking the time to visit my page,

    Benjo Potts

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    Total so far:

    $174.12

  • Stevie-Cummins

    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:

    $6.71

  • Joe-Campbell2

    Updated on Oct 28th 2012 at 9:53 AM from the JustGiving API

    The big day is here - wrap up warm and get to the college any time after 6 for a 7pm kick off!

    Updated on Oct 28th 2012 at 9:48 AM from the JustGiving API

    The big day is finally here! Lots of preparations to get sorted for the 7pm kick off - BE THERE :)

    Updated on Oct 26th 2012 at 7:38 PM from the JustGiving API

    The weekend is here which means we're getting geared up for the big event! Please keep those donations rolling in!

    Thank you for visiting our team page.

    During the summer of 2010, it was myself and a select few other members of St. Paul's Catholic College sixth form that instigated the idea of a 24 hour football match to raise awareness for Teenage Cancer Trust, a charity endorsed by our local football team, Brighton & Hove Albion.

    The charity had even more significance than we were aware, due to the fact that a member of the school community, Angus Rowland, was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid leukaemia the following October. Teenage Cancer Trust supported Angus' fight with leukaemia, which eventually ended on May 26th 2011.

    Following difficulties with the weather, we were finally able to launch the 24 hour football match in October 2011, and raised over £2,000 for both Teenage Cancer Trust and the Angus Rowland Forget Me Not Fund, created in the memory of Angus to raise money for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research.

    Due to the fantastic effort by all involved to persevere and partcipate for the full 24 hours (in which 299 goals were scored), there are members of the sixth form (old and new) who wish to make the event bigger and better than the last, and consequently have agreed to participate on 1st November 2012 on the college astro turf.

    I beg that you give generously, as the two charities are extremely close to home and raise money for causes that have not only affected the community of St. Paul's, but thousands of lives on a day to day basis.

    Thanks once again for taking time to visit our team page,

    Joe Campbell

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    Total so far:

    $334.44

  • Cameron-Tandy

    Hi there, my name is Cameron Tandy, aged 16 years and I am an adventure traveller.

    I completed the ‘Three peaks challenge’ aged 8, climbed Mt kinabalu in Borneo, aged 9 and trekked the Inca trail in Peru when I was aged 11, raising over  £1600 for charity.

    My latest challenge is to climb Kilimanjaro, the worlds largest freestanding Mountain, it will take five days trekking at altitude, followed by a midnight climb to the summit, where the temperature will be -20 c, using the harder "Machame Route".

     I am raising money for "The Angus Rowland forget me not Fund" .................lets take his name to a new high and raise lots of money for his charity !!

    Wow ! we did it !!!   We are so proud to be part of the fundraising for Angus, and thankyou all so much for your kindness in donating for such a good cause .............

    So please dig deep and donate now, thanks Cam.

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    Total so far:

    $1,683.16

  • George-Leppenwell

    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:

    $297.94

  • TeamAngus-The-Urban-Riders

     

     

    We are Team Angus: The Urban Riders and we completed a 26mile route in the London 2012 Bikeathon on 16th September 2012 to raise money for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research in memory of Angus Rowland. It was an amazing day and great to be a part of something so special. Thank you to all who supported us. We have posted photos on FB Angus Rowland Forgetmenot Fund

    Angus was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia at the end of 2010 and died seven months later aged 14. For more of our story visit Angus Rowland Forgetmenot Fund. He loved cycling and was just starting to get into it before the diagnosis, so as a group we thought that this would be a fitting challenge to remember him and honour his bravery.  

    Thank you

    Elizabeth, Edward, Tom, Alison R, Corinne, Linda, Keith, Alison R, Fenella and Tillie 

     

     

     

     

     

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    $483.67

  • Angus-Rowland-ForgetMeNot-Fund

    From Andy

    Well, now September is over, was it a “month of hell”?  Not exactly – it was quite fabulous really!  Forgive me as I bore you all with my version of events It all started on a rainy morning at the foot of the South Downs in Hampshire on 2nd September.  Inevitably, we had to head up to the top of the Downs…then down…then up again…over stile…through gate…and puddles…and fields.  Totally cross country, shockingly hilly and nearly half a mile further than advertised!  And we took a wrong turn.  We were pleased with 1hr 59mins.

     On 9th September we hit the sun-drenched vineyards of Surrey.  We eschewed the temptation of the en-route wine tasting to get around another hilly and off-road course (albeit less extreme on most measures) in 1hr 51mins and bag a rub down in the sun with a blonde masseuse each before being first in the queue for beer and the hog roast.  If Carlsberg organised half marathons...

    The 15th September saw the inaugural (quite possibly “only”) Staplefield 13.1.  Tim and I were joined by fellow members of the SACC (Staplefield Athletic and Cycling Club) Angus and George.  For once, pitting age against youth saw age win hands-down as George (no training, no breakfast, and beer the night before) “only” managed to last the pace of the forty-somethings (early night, no drink, breakfast, mid-run nutrition strategies etc) for 11 of the 13 miles.  1hr 45mins helped by our pacemaker Mr Wells. 

    On 16th September George had his revenge.  84 miles on the bike was not my finest hour.  I hardly saw him all day.  Or Tim.  Or Angus.  Or Jonathan, Paul or Jem.  This was definitely the hardest part of the month. 

    The 23rd September saw us fully recovered from the previous weekend’s double-header and at Tonbridge in the rain and cold.  Subconsciously we must have decided not to hang about…or Tim had a promise of a kiss from Dame Kelly Holmes at the end…and I managed to run two seconds under 1hr 40mins to clock a “one-thirty” time!  A milestone. 

    And so to our last event – Barns Green on 30th September. With nothing to save our legs for and the benefit of previous weeks’ pacing we “just had to go for it” to quote Mr Hunter! We bettered the previous week's time, I got another PB, and what a great way to finish the month.
Thank you for your donations and support over the last month, which has been way beyond our hopes. Once again, many thanks.  Enjoy the embarrassing photos on the site! 

    From Tim

    Our final race, the 30th Barns Green Half marathon was a huge affair with over 1,800 runner taking part. Andy and I had decided to “go for it” and see if we could continue our tradition of finishing each race faster than the last. It was a chilly morning but we set a cracking pace from the start and managed to keep it up until I began to fade around 10 miles, Andy paused for me at the 11 mile water stop but in the spirit of Captain Oates I told him to go on ahead without me...He finished in 1:36:45 and I came across the line shortly after at 1:38:09. He was 193rd and I was 226th and as such we both received Silver medals for finishing amongst the 101 -300 runners, the first 100 were awarded gold medals and everyone else receiving a Bronze. One memorable highlight was running through huge crowds at Christ’s Hospital School whilst their massed band of over 100 players belted out a tune I failed to identify!
     
    Shattered, but elated and a little overwhelmed at our achievement we hobbled back to the car and drove straight to our local village pub ‘The Victory’ for some well deserved beers with friends & family
     
    The final results
    Stansted Slog                    1:59
    Dorking Bacchus              1:51
    Staplefield                         1:45
    Bikeathon 84 miles          5:33       
    Tonbridge                         1:40
    Barns Green                     1:36 / 1:38
     
    Enjoy our photos which, once the aches & pains have faded away, I know I’ll look back on with some pride
     
    As I type this update our total is currently £2,826.50 and we hope to somehow nudge it over the £3,000 once we gather in all the final promised donations
     
    To each & every one of you who donated or helped in any way– thank you – it’s more than we ever dreamt we would raise and I know we both feel very humbled by the whole process
     
    This is how it all began.................

    One day Andrew Hodgson had a mad idea 'I wonder if I could run a half-marathon every weekend through September'...

    He was stupid enough to tell Tim Aspeling whose warped mind thought it sounded fun, and after some complex logistical planning to find local events we ended up with the following schedule.

    Sunday 2 September 'Stansted Park Slog' in Rowlands Castle Sunday 9 September 'Bacchus' in Dorking (including wine tasting en-route...!!!)

    Saturday 15 September The inaugural 'Staplefield' half-marathon (guests welcome)

    Sunday 23 September Tonbridge half-marathon

    Sunday 30 September Barns Green half-marathon

    Tim is contemplating raising the ante by running all of them in fancy dress, with the potentially risky twist of offering the choice of fancy dress to the highest bidder on Saturday 15th....nothing illegal or heavy accepted!

    In addition to the gruelling run list above, Andy & Tim are already committed to cycling the 75-mile London Bikeathon on Sunday 16th as members of TeamAngus #mce_temp_url# which will make for an 'interesting' weekend. 

    All money raised will go to the Angus Rowland Forgetmenot Fund@Leukemia & Lymphoma Research. To find out more visit Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AngusRowlandFMNFund OR http://www.justgiving.com/Angus-Mailey-Rowland     

    Please support us by donating as little or as much as you can spare - every pound really does matter.  

    Thank you  

    Andy and Tim 

    PS Feel free to come along on Saturday 15th to cheer us along at the start/finish line by The Jolly Tanners, Staplefield or join us on the run. We will be starting at 10am.

     

     

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    Total so far:

    $3,704.89

  • Angus-J-Wells

     

    Last year we lost our friend, and Angus' namesake, Angus Mailey Rowland to leukaemia. He was just 14 years of age. To help fund research into teenage leukaemia we hope to raise some money for the Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research.

    We have targeted late summer as a time to accept some challenges, both in Jordan, where we live, and at home in the UK: 

    On 31 August Angus will run a half marathon at the Mad Dog Desert Marathon;  in the middle of the summer, in the middle of the desert in the middle of the day. 

    Two weeks later, on 16 September, Angus will join Angus Rowland's father Jonathan and some old friends to cycle the 75 mile London Olympic road race course as a part of the Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research London Bikeathon.

    And to round things off, on 30 September Julie will be Joining Angus Rowland's mother Elizabeth and hopefully many others to take part in a Forget Me Not walk around some of Angus' favourite paths and tracks in Sussex. 

    We hope you will agree that this is a good cause and that you will support our efforts by sponsoring us and helping to make a difference.

    Donations are in UK pounds so if you are one of our friends in Jordan or another part of the world without a UK bank account you may wish to do a rough currency translation before you press enter.

     

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    Total so far:

    $709.38

  • Sean-Whitty

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    I have decided to run the Great North Run, a 13.1 mile half marathon through the centre of Newcastle, Gateshead and South Tyneside, to raise money for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research in memory of Angus Rowland.  Angus died aged 14 from Acute Myeloid Leukaemia, which is very difficult to treat in teenagers. 

    The Angus Rowland Forget Me Not Fund has already raised a fantastic amount of money for Leukaemia and Lymphoma research, and I hope that by taking part in this run I will be able to contribute in some small way.

     

     

     

    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:

    $683.58

  • Helen-Lobb

    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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    $0.00

  • Graham-Panton

    The reason I am running the Great North Run started out back in August 2011.  I realised that my health was really not top of my agenda and I kept looking at photos of myself and feeling ashamed.  I started running on the 15th August 2011 and lasted 8 minutes.  From there I made it my personal aim to be able to run for 1hour.  By December 2011 I was a seasoned runner, I'd shed 4 stone and was runing 4 to 5 times a week between 7-12km.

    Through willpower I was proving to myself that I could achieve so much and it was time to set myself a bigger goal.  As a long time fan of the Great North Run I was chancing it when I put in my ballot entry and was genuinely in shock when I received the congratulatory email!

    I was then asked which charity I would be running for, and I had no doubt or question in my heart who I wanted to run for.  As a teacher at St Paul's Catholic College I teach, mentor and support many students who were friends with Angus Rowland.  They inspire me, I inspire them, they have shown such courage and bravery and they tell me such incredible stories about Angus.  Over the year I have seen the community work with the charity and felt that it was only right that I contribute in my own way.

    I am running for Angus, but I am also running for Elizabeth, Jonathan, Edward, Ollie, Jake, Kyle, Patrick, Paddy, Seb, Tom, Ross and so many other inspiring students at my school (if I had space I would list so many more....)

    Any support would be incredible.

     

    Thank You

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    Total so far:

    $1,528.65

  • TeamAngusTheOlympians

    Team Angus - The Olympians. Jonathan Rowland, Paul & George Hunter, Andy Hodgson, Tim Aspeling and Angus Wells completed the LLR London Bikeathon last weekend on 16th September.  They cycled the 2012 route of Olympians including both Box Hill and Leith Hill a 75+ mile route around Surrey to raise money to fund research into finding effective treatment for leukaemia. Have a look at the video clip taken by Paul Hunter http://t.co/oE9Vu9hX. Photos on FB visit https://www.facebook.com/AngusRowlandFMNFund

    Angus Rowland died aged 14 from Acute Myeloid Leukaemia which is very difficult to treat in teenagers. He loved to cycle and was just starting to really enjoy the thrill of the mud on his mountain bike.  His family and friends have set up the Angus Rowland FMN fund@LLR and we want to take on this challenge and raise money to prevent other teenagers losing their lives to this disease. You can read his story on http://www.justgiving.com/Angus-Mailey-Rowland

    LLR directly fund research into beating blood cancers and over the last 20 years have made a real difference to the outcomes for many. We want to help them in making progress with treatments for AML. 

     Thank you 

    Jonathan, Paul, George, Andy, Tim and Angus

    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:

    $1,386.51

  • keith-linda

    WOW! yes we made it! 6pm Saturday at the Trocadero in Paris....what a fantastic ride and amazing team to be with. I won't say it was easy - its a long way....but it was absolutely amazing and I loved every minute! Thank you ALL so much for your brilliant support and most of all for your texts, emails and encouragement - my phone has never 'beeped' so often!! Merci!! Linda x (PS - yes the croissants were delicious!!) Hi! We’ll be cycling the 175 miles from Redhill to Paris (!) in just 3 days. The closer the start gets, the further away Paris seems! But that’s what a challenge is all about – something to go for! The day we cycle into Paris marks the very sad first anniversary of the day our young friend Angus lost his battle with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia. He was 14 years old. During 7 months of intensive treatment, mostly spent in hospital, Angus was brave and positive. Our cycle challenge is nothing compared to the challenge Angus and others with AML have to face. AML has a very low remission rate and can be very difficult to treat in teenagers. In his memory Angus’ family and friends have pledged to raise money for Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research to make a difference, stop the tragic loss of young lives, and save others from the pain and anguish of losing their loved one. If you can support us in our efforts to find treatments for young people with leukaemia that would be fantastic. Every donation, large or small, will really make a difference, and also help us pedal all those miles! For Angus' story visit www.justgiving.com/Angus-Mailey-Rowland Thank you from us both! 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. Linda Shelton and Keith Barron

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    Total so far:

    $1,064.07

  • London2AngusWalkers

     

    Thanks for visiting our team fundraising page.  Please visit www.justgiving.com/Angus-Mailey-Rowland  for more of our story.  

    The London2Angus walkers made it home... Arriving in Staplefield at 6pm on Sunday 27th May to be greeted by neighbours, family and friends and a great rendition of ‘When the saints go marching in’ by Steve King on the saxophone. It was a fantastic way to spend the weekend of Angus’ 1st anniversary and we, Angus' parents, were honoured to be in the company of 8 young men who laughed, chatted and sang songs all along the way. Thank you to Ellie who was the official walk photographer.

    We would thank you ALL so much for your brilliant support and most of all for your texts, tweets, facebook messages  and encouragement along the walk. It was a great way to remember Angus and the love he inspired in so many people and raise money for Angus Rowland FMN Fund@Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research. 

    The idea...Seven of Angus friends, all united in the death of another, are planning to walk from the place of his boredom and despair in UCH hospital in London, to his place of fun, laughter and his home in Staplefield. His brother Edward who spent all his weekends and many evenings with Angus in hospital will join us on the walk.

     Angus left us on May 26 2011. The eight of us are planning to walk the 40 miles from UCH to Staplefield over the weekend of 26/27 May to remember the good times we all shared and to raise money to try and find cures for other teenagers faced with a bloodcancer. We lost our dear friend and brother to a leukaemia that was untreatable and want to make a difference for others in this position.

    We would be grateful for your support.  You'll see our team fundraising target on the right. Your donation can really help us smash this goal. So please dig deep and donate now. Thank you

    Ollie Hopkins, Jake Tweddle, Tom Blunt, Seb Blunt, Pat Wilding, Paddy Nolan, Kyle Barter and Edward Rowland,

     

    Remember: Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. They'll make sure Gift Aid (an additional 28%) is reclaimed on every eligible donation by a UK taxpayer, too.

     

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    Total so far:

    $5,804.02

  • Peter-Fleming1

    Friends - I'm lolloping along Brighton sea-front and want to raise money for Angus' charity leukaemia research

    You can find Angus's story here http://www.justgiving.com/Angus-Mailey-Rowland .

    Thanks for your support - and lolloping is technically faster than a waddle !!

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    $522.36

  • Lynda-Buttifant0

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    I am (hopefully) running The Brighton Marathon on the 15th April 2012 for Angus Rowland FMN Fund@Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research

    I have not run a Marathon before so I will be putting every effort into completing the course.

    Wish me luck and support a worthy cause.

    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:

    $557.18

  • George-Hunter1

    Angus Rowland was a close friend of mine. We grew up together at the same primary school and spent time together camping and skiing and with lots of other great memories.

    Angus was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid leukaemia in October 2010. Despite 3 courses of chemotherapy his leukaemia would not go into remission and he died on May 26th 2011 at home aged 14 and a half.

    He was brave and full of life and it is difficult to believe that he is no longer here. I wanted to do something to help and decided I would remember Angus by raising money for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research and run the Brighton marathon. 

    Please support me in making a difference and to help find treatments for leukaemia and save lives. It is too late for Angus but it will help others in the future.

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    Total so far:

    $2,048.17

  • Angus-Mailey-Rowland

    This page has been set up to raise money for Bloodwise to continue their work in finding treatments for Bloodcancer  in memory of our son Angus Rowland and those who did not make it. 

    Contact us at angusfmn@brantridge.co.uk and follow progress on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AngusRowlandFMNFund

    ****SAVE THE DATE - 1st OCTOBER 2017- Angus Rowland ForgetMeNot Run/walk****

    The Angus Rowland ForgetMeNot Run/Walk took place on Sunday 2nd October 2016 raising over £3000. It was another beautiful morning with the sunshine breaking through the cool morning mist. A huge thank you to all who came to run and walk, baked cakes, marshalled, served tea, coffee and cakes. Thank you to all of you who could not make the date but gave us your walk donations and also to the Wilkinsons who arranged their own Angus FMN Fund walk in Paris. Without the support of you we could not make it happen.

    The 4th Angus Rowland ForgetMeNot run/walk 2014 was a great success raising £4K. It was another beautiful morning bathed in warm sunshine keeping the rain at bay. Thank you to everyone who helped organising the walk and everyone who walked  and all those who made donations if they could not make it. You are all wonderful. 

    A huge thank you to all who turned out for 3rd Angus Rowland FMN walk/run held on 6th October.  It was a beautiful day bathed in sunshine and reflected on the smiling faces of all who came along. There were over 400 people raising over £4500 and taking is throught the magic £100K figure.

    There are so many people to thank who have been there over the last 2 years to offer help and encouragement. To reach our target in 2 yaers is a truly wonderful achievement only made possible with the love an support from all around us. You have made some of the dark times and places less black. Thank you.
    Elizabeth, Jonathan and Edward xxx

    We heard yesterday (18th April) that the Angus Rowland FMN Fund held at LLR stands at a truly amazing  £92,589.06 We would like to thank EVERYONE who has made this possible and we hope that it this will make a real difference to those diagnosed with a blood cancer. 

    Thank you to In Loving Memory for playing such a fab gig last Friday, to everyone that helped make it happen and all those who came to party. £612.86 was raised. Fanatstic photos on facebook

    £604.05 was raised on Sunday 4th November by selling hot food and drinks to the spectatators assembled to watch London Brighton Veteran car run as it passed through Staplefield. It was a soggy start but the sun came out eventually. Thank you to Tim and Alison who organised it all and all the people who came to help and those who donated cakes. It was another great day. Photos on our FB page.

    We held the  2nd Angus Rowland Forgetmenot Walk in Staplefield on Sunday 30th September raising £4000.  Despite the weather in the week leading up to the walk Sunday dawned a cool, clear morning perfect for walking. 380 people of all ages accompanied by as many dogs turned up to walk to remember Angus and raise money for LLR.We will also had 5 runners who braved the mud and completed the 6.5 mile route. Thank everyone that made this possible.  

    We have just added £5275 raised on Saturday 23rd June St Pauls organised the Forgetmenot Ball at Mid Sussex Golf Club which was attended by 130 people and was a fantastic night. This is an interim figure so could be more. Just amazing. 

    Over the the Jubilee weekend In Loving Memory a band made up od Ed and Angus's closest friends played a set at the Staplefield Jubilee Party on 5th June http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K2_fiTCHTyM. The organisng committee donated £320 of the party profits to our charity. Thank you all so much.

    All hands on Deck Regatta on the 8th June which was cancelled due to poor weather but still raised approx 2k for our charity. Our thanks go to Clive wilding, Ronald Dam and Bob De'Ath for arranging this. 

    The London2Angus walkers made it home... Arriving in Staplefield at 6pm on Sunday 27th May to be greeted by neighbours, family and friends and a great rendition of ‘When the saints go marching in’ by Steve King on the saxophone. It was a fantastic way to spend the weekend of Angus’ 1st anniversary and we were honoured to be in the company of 8 young men who laughed, chatted and sang songs all along the way. 40 miles of blazing tarmac. 

    We would thank you ALL so much for your brilliant support raising over £4000 and for your texts, tweets, facebook messages  and encouragement along the walk. It was a great way to remember Angus and the love he inspired in so many people and raise money for Angus Rowland FMN Fund@Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research.  If you would like to know more then please visit http://www.justgiving.com/London2AngusWalkers

    24th March Ariel Drama Academy raised £ 922 staging Musicality. It was a great evening provided by a very talented group of people. Thank you to all for the hard work involved in organising, performing and setting up the evening. 

    We have just added £ 8071.63 to our total which was raised by the staff and students at St Pauls Catholic College at a number of events that have been held since June 2011.  It is a wonderful contribution to the funds and we thank everyone who has taken part for their enthusiasm and commitment. This brings the total raised by the school including the Race Night to £10079.14 

    On Friday 3rd February 2012 The Race Night organised by St Pauls Catholic College raised a stunning £2007.51.  All the horses were sold, the races sponsored, year 9 and 10 provided live music, the 6th form with Miss Lobb ran the tote, Mr Clayton provided the lively commentary, Mr Panton and media students captured it all on film making is a fantastic fun night for the punters.  Our thanks go to Trina Galbraith, Sarah Dawes and the year 10 charity reps for making it all possible and everyone who came to place their bets. 

    Our 3rd event took place on Saturday 17th December at the Marletts Shopping centre in Burgess Hill.  It was a fantastic flash mob organised by Ariel Drama Academy and raised £677.62 for Angus FMN Fund. Thank you to everyone who organised the day, took part and helped collect. Footage on You Tube can be seen at  http://youtu.be/u_GPQS_zCus  and photos viewed at  https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.327968327216163.84507.321604794519183&type=3

    Our 2nd fundraising event which took place on Sunday 6th November was a great success raising a grand total of £924.35. Just fantastic.  £710.44 was raised by a group of friends and family who cooked fantastic bacon, egg and sausage sandwiches, burgers and served cake and hot drinks to warm the spectators that turned out to watch the cars on the London to Brighton veteran car run as they drove through Staplefield. The crowd were very generous giving a furher  £213.91 to a bucket collection that went around Staplefield common.  Thanks to Tim and Alison for organising the day and all those who helped make it happen.  Follow the link for some great photos http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.285329264831021.79717.100000618487151&type=1&l=ac3425981b

    Our first fundraising event the Angus Rowland Forget Me Not walk held in Staplefield on Sunday 2nd October was a fantastic success making an amazing £7468 on the day and donations are still coming in.  500 people plus dogs turned up to walk under clear blue skies and bright sunshine. With two refreshments stops along the way and a mountain of fantastic cakes at the village hall, everyone had a great time. The St Pauls Catholic College Jazz Band also came along and played whilst people were enjoying a well earned drink and slice of cake. Angus would have loved to be with us and walk with Mollydog in the sunshine. He was in all our hearts along the way. Jonathan, Edward and I, would like to thank everyone that came along to help, bring cakes and walk. Follow this link for the fanatastic photos of the walk http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.270670536296894.75862.100000618487151&type=1&l=c368ce8771

    The sum above also includes the Harvest service collections taken at St Marys, Slaugham and St Marks, Staplefield on the morining of the walk. Thanks to you all. 

    OUR STORY

    Angus was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid leukaemia in October 2010. Despite 3 courses of chemotherapy his leukaemia would not go into remission and we came home at the end of February with nothing more to be done.

    Extensive research by his medical team found another experimental treatment to try but this also was unsucessful so Angus came home again at the end of April knowing that his disease was terminal. He was so positive and brave throughout full of life and ideas. He lived for his friends and his music and was surrounded by both  to the end. Angus died on May 26th 2011 at home aged 14 and a half.

    His friends, family and Mollydog miss him every second of every day and would like to save others from the pain and anguish of losing their loved one. Please support us in our efforts to make a difference and find treatments for leukaemia. 

    We know that the remission rate for AML is much lower than ALL (the more common form of chillhood leukaemia) and it can be very difficult to treat in teenagers. Although much is known about AML at a molecular level this has not translated into treatments. We would like to raise money to fund research to bridge this gap and provide treatments for young people like Angus.

    OFFLINE DONATIONS

    August 2011 - A big thank you to Pam and the team who organise the Quiz night at Handcross for raising £61.29. Your support is really appreciated. 

    September 2011 - Thank you to the Rydon Group Charitable Trust for their generous donation of £250 and all the support they have given to our family.

    October 2011

    £7468 Angus Rowland Forgetmenot Walk. This includes the Harvest Service collections at St Marks, Staplefield and St Marys Slaugham. 

    £265.30 walk sponsorship raised by Lottie and Nicky with help from Scarlett.  Brilliant. Well done girls.

    £276.70 from people who could not make the walk including Grandad Mailey and Carolines nan who emptied her change teapot. Thank you all

    November 2011

    £710.44  Refreshment marquee in Staplefield on London to Brighton VC run 6th November. 

    £213.91 Bucket collection from crowd watching the cars drive through Staplefield. 

    £76 From our dear friends Ron and Gill who wanted to make the money raised from the old crocks to a cool thousand. Wonderful.

    December 2011

    £200 raised at Staplefield Village Lunches throughout the year. Thank you everyone who attended and contributed to this and Carole and Andrew for their great cooking. 

    £100 from our new neighbour Simon who has made a huge batch of jam and chutney and sold them at work. Thank you so much.

    £667.62 Ariel Drama Academy Flash mob Thank you to everyone who took part and the generous shppoers in Burgess Hill. 

     

    January 2012

    £800 given in memory of David Wood our neighbour who died very suddenly last year. Thank you to Rosemary for making this possible.

    £1135 given by Chris and Lucy from Burgess Hill who got married in December and asked for donations in lieu of wedding presents. Our thanks go to you both and your wonderful guests for this amazing gesture. we wish you every happiniess in your married life.

    £567.50 from the QBE Foundation, the employer of Chris, who support employee charity fundraising. Thank you for such a fantastic contribution and again to Chris and Lucy for supporting our fundraisng. 

    February 2012

    £2007.51 raised at a Race Night held St Pauls Catholic College on Friday 3rd February 2012. Stunning

    March 2012

    A big thank you to Ruth for donating her birthday money.

    £ 8071.63 raised by the staff and students at St Pauls Catholic College at a number of events that have been held since June 2011. 

    £ 233 The profits from a The Rydon Group sponsored F1 driving simulator at their lunch event for the Brighton Chartered Institute of Housing Conference. A huge thank you to Rydon and all their clients who made this possible.

    £922.54 Raised at a production of Musicality presented by Arial Drama Academy. It was a brilliant night and our thanks go to all involved. 

    May 2012

    £215 raised by Lottie and Kaye on a Hack around Staplefield. Awsome

    £250 from Graham Smith a long standing family friends of Jonathan and James Rowland

    £15, 000 from the Sandhu Charitable foundation. Bim Sandhu, a friend of the Wilding family who was so impressed with the fundraising at St Pauls that he offered to match all monies raised. Simply amazing.

    July 2012

    £320 from Staplefield Jubilee party. thank you to the organisers

    £43 from sale of picks and collecting pot at ST Pauls

    £5275 raised at the Forgetmenot Ball held at Mid Sussex Golf Club

    September 2012

    £146.92 from Ariel from sales of programmes at their summer showcases

    £92 from walkers not able to make the FMN walk on 30/9/12

    £60 from Rons Friend Graham who donated the cost of his Goodwood Revival Tickets

    October 2012

    £104 from ADP raised from cast GI haircuts ready for their performances of Miss Siagon

    £150 donated from raffles held at Staplefield Village lunches. With thanks to Carole and Andrew

    £170 Donated by Pat Bendall from the sale of beautiful hand made cards

    £3833.44 raised at the 2nd Angus Rowland FMN walk held on 30/9/12 

    £98.42  £72.42 from the sale of programmes at the inaugural Ariel Choir performance on Sunday 21st October and £20 from the wonderful Ariel young actors in Miss Saigon

    November 2012

    £604.05 raised selling refreshments at the Old Crocks Run as it came through Staplefield on 4th November.

     All further donations will be posted as updates on the page.

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Donations made in memory of Angus Rowland1784

  • Donation by Nicholas Clarkto Ariel's page on 20/08/2017

    £25.00

    + £6.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Alex Hopkinsto Ariel's page on 18/08/2017

    Xx

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Joyce Baldwinto Ariel's page on 16/08/2017

    Good luck to you all. Can't wait to see you all in the show. Guess I am going to need lots of tissues.

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Roger Priceto Elizabeth's page on 15/08/2017

    Congratulations to Tim Pennington and all of the other team members who took part in and finished Ride London 2017 for such a worthy cause!

    £25.00

    + £6.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Erin Sheehanto Ariel's page on 12/08/2017

    Go on lads!!!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Daniel Brennanto Elizabeth's page on 12/08/2017

    Just read your story about the amazing work the lot of you are doing for a truly great cause. I hope you reach your target which is an incredible amount you should be proud!

    £35.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Benjamin Shucksmithto Elizabeth's page on 12/08/2017

    £75.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Sebastian Castedoto Ariel's page on 10/08/2017

    Amazing mate. Good luck

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Georgina Fifieldto Elizabeth's page on 10/08/2017

    Nice one Dawks and team! X

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Elizabeth's page on 10/08/2017

    Fireflies & Bloodwise. For those who suffer we ride!

    £25.00

    + £6.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Alison Finchto Elizabeth's page on 09/08/2017

    I read Joe's feature in the Evening Standard. I used to be part of the service at UCH and remember Angus and Joe. Great to see the photo of Joe and to hear of your collective support of Bloodwise.

    £15.00

    + £3.75 Gift Aid

  • Donation by MARGARET HOLLANDto Tim's page on 09/08/2017

    Great effort Tim

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Elizabeth, Jonathan and Edto Elizabeth's page on 08/08/2017

    So proud of Team Angus and all their supporters

    £140.00

    + £35.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Joyce Wicksto Elizabeth's page on 07/08/2017

    Well done to all in Team Angus

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Rosie Chesterto Elizabeth's page on 07/08/2017

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Margaret Shawto Elizabeth's page on 07/08/2017

    Brilliant ride by Team Angus.!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Elizabeth's page on 06/08/2017

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Tim Penningtonto Elizabeth's page on 05/08/2017

    This is from Norma Penningtons friends who have kindly donated to this great cause

    £55.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Judith Mayhew Jonasto Elizabeth's page on 05/08/2017

    Well done Alex, Tim and Joe. Best wishes, Judith Mayhew Jonas

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Tina Towlerto Elizabeth's page on 03/08/2017

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Andrew Hodgsonto Elizabeth's page on 03/08/2017

    Unforgettable day, especially seeing Elizabeth on the big screen in Dorking!

    £100.00

    + £25.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Sue & Mickey Gallagherto Elizabeth's page on 02/08/2017

    We read Joe's moving story in the Evening Standard and wanted to make a small donation.

    £5.00

    + £1.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Donna Evansto Elizabeth's page on 02/08/2017

    Huge congrats Emma to you and the rest of the team - amazing work!! Love from the Drapers xxx

    £25.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Sue & Chris Huketo Elizabeth's page on 01/08/2017

    Well done Team Angus. More power to your pedals! Wishing you, Elizabeth, a speedy return to your saddle. xx

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Elizabeth Dodgsonto Elizabeth's page on 01/08/2017

    Well done on the ride Paul and the team

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Katharine Sowdonto Elizabeth's page on 01/08/2017

    Well done team for your amazing effort on Sunday . . . what an awesome achievement . . . !

  • Donation by Anonymousto Elizabeth's page on 01/08/2017

    What an amazing effort by all the team. I know you'll be in Ride London next year Elizabeth x

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Alanyato Elizabeth's page on 31/07/2017

    EMS. So proud x

    £25.00

    + £6.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Chris Loweto Elizabeth's page on 31/07/2017

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Becky Fosterto Elizabeth's page on 31/07/2017

    Well done all!! Becky xx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Chris Holmanto Elizabeth's page on 31/07/2017

    Well done all, Chris & Jane Holman.

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Caroline Mooreto Elizabeth's page on 31/07/2017

    Well done all of you, You are an inspiration Joe - good luck with everything you choose to do in your life!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Rachael Gilbertsto Elizabeth's page on 31/07/2017

    £15.00

    + £3.75 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Pippa Duncanto Elizabeth's page on 31/07/2017

    Big love to both your families. I read about Joe and Angus in the Evening Standard - one of my sons is the same age and I also lost a good friend to Leukemia when we were 16, so an important charity

    £25.00

    + £6.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Daniel Banksto Elizabeth's page on 31/07/2017

    Didn't expect to see you on the TV over the weekend Jonathan! Well done to you all. Inspirational!

  • Donation by Richard Vernonto Elizabeth's page on 31/07/2017

    Well done Dawks. And no falls this week, the training paid off!

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by David Robertsto Elizabeth's page on 31/07/2017

    Joe - I saw you and your Dad on TV at the weekend. Great effort for an amazing cause. Well done.

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Nick Dawkinsto Elizabeth's page on 31/07/2017

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Diana Lundto Elizabeth's page on 31/07/2017

    Well done Paul and the team on a great ride.

    £100.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Elizabeth's page on 31/07/2017

    Well done Nick. And all Team Angus. Did you stop for breakfast!!? MD

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by WIllemto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Best of luck Mr. Dawkins!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Rachel Dyerto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Well done team Angus! X

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by peter juppto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Well done Team Angus - a privilege and a pleasure riding with you today on #PRL100!

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Robert Ffitchto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Mad men on bikes...fantastic effort guys. Incredibly humble right now, but at least my bum isn't sore!!!

    £100.00

    + £25.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Bradley Wigginsto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    What was your time Joe?

    £500.00

    + £125.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Sophie McGoldrickto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Congratulations Team Angus on an amazing cycle ride and your continued dedication to selflessly improving outcomes for others! The memory of lovely Angus lives on. Sophie, Paul, Niamh and Fraser.xxx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

  • Donation by Mark Frankilnto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Mark & Alison xx

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by mark ollingtonto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Good luck Tim P and Team Angus

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Peter Beckettto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Well done all

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Go Ride! and a very worthwhile cause. Good Luck

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Diane Fosterto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Very inspiring. Know Joe's mum Debbie via her work at Flamingo. She keeps me up to date on Joe's progress and training.The article in the Evening standard was great too. Good luck to all the team! x

    £25.00

    + £6.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Jo Marshallto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Hope you all have a good ride!

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Caroline Wynnto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Loved your piece with Jonathan on BBC1. Good luck with your recovery from the broken ankle. X

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by James Parkerto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Simply found this race on TV quite by accident & your story which has a personal resonance. Good luck to everyone in Team Angus!

    £100.00

    + £25.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Carrie Leachto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Saw you on TV. Feel sorry you couldn't race today, thought Joe was amazing. Good luck with the fund raising, your son sounds like he was an inspirational young man.

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Janet Kendallto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    I was touched by your story and wish you and your team every success in your efforts in rememberance of your dear Angus. Good luck!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Great personal cause

    £100.00

    + £25.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Ben and Amyto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    So proud of you mum! Good luck to all involved riding for a fantastic cause!

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by James Stayto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Go Emma Shaw! Sophie x

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Clare, Steve & Jamieto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Well done, fantastic achievement

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Emma Cowanto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by JANE TYRRELLto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Sorry we can't be there in person to support Team Angus today but we are there in spirit - Good luck to all of you x

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Pamela Brownto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Good Luck to Tina and Jonathan and all who are riding today

  • Donation by Judith Waiteto Elizabeth's page on 30/07/2017

    Paul Lund - as always, your heart is in the right place. Keep your toes clipped into those pedals!

    £25.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Fergus Adamsonto Elizabeth's page on 29/07/2017

    Good luck Dawkonation Station & co!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by JEREMY DAWKINSto Elizabeth's page on 29/07/2017

    Cool Runnins for Team Angus!

    £50.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Tolhurst familyto Elizabeth's page on 29/07/2017

    Good luck to all of you, hope your padded shorts are up to the challenge

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Linda Dawkinsto Elizabeth's page on 29/07/2017

    Good luck tomorrow to all in Team Angus. Wonderful effort for a wonderful cause.

    £50.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Sharon Millarto Elizabeth's page on 29/07/2017

    Great cause! Enjoy the ride Ladies. Emma, we expect to see the yellow jersey!! The Dobbs Family xxxxx

  • Donation by Julia Monroto Elizabeth's page on 29/07/2017

    Good luck Alex, Tim and Joe and the rest of the team may the great team spirit and great cause propel you all on your way! With love The Monro family xx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Helene Wilkinsonto Elizabeth's page on 29/07/2017

    With love from the four of us. Bon courage to all the riders and to the chief cheerleader! X X X X

    £80.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Elizabeth's page on 29/07/2017

    A bit more for a good cause.

    £300.00

    + £75.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Sophie Matthewsto Elizabeth's page on 29/07/2017

    Good Luck to all the team. I wish you all the best of luck and hope that the weather stays nice for your ride.

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Beth and Harryto Elizabeth's page on 29/07/2017

    Good luck TT and the rest of Team Angus, you're going to smash it! Loads of love Xx

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Tracey Butlerto Elizabeth's page on 29/07/2017

    Show them how it's done Tina, good luck for a great cause x

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Mike Bamford / Firefliesto Elizabeth's page on 29/07/2017

    Good luck :-)

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Cyrus Engineerto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Good luck guys and well done. Great cause. Hope Alex doesn't slow you down too much.

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Richard Lewisohn/Fireflies CCto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Well done and have a great ride. What Ed said: check out http://thefireflies.cc and come on a group ride one weekend.

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Barbara Pattersonto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Go Joe and Tim and everyone else. Love Barbie xxxxx

    £50.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by C NICHOLLS, The Fireflies Tourto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    True courage!

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Matt H - Fireflies CCto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Amazing story and amazing cause. For those who suffer we ride.

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Steve / The Fireflies Tourto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Good luck!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Trudy Kirchnerto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Great support for your Angus

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by jane hunterto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Have a good ride Team Angus. Good luck. Jane x

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Madeleine Kadomtzeffto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Cut across shorty!! Good luck Paul xx

    £50.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Peter Flemingto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Love and support to Team Angus

    £100.00

    + £25.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Tory Richardsonto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Good luck Dawks and the rest of the team. No more spectacular falls on the big day - might take out a few more than just Zoe. See you at the end...

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Caroline Stalderto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Good luck "Team Angus" this weekend. As a mother myself, I can't imagine the pain of losing a child. This is a wonderful way to honour Angus and raise money to batlle this disease. Caroline Stalder

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Edmund Masseyto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Good luck all. Cycling's a fool's game but I wish you all the best. Xx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

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    Donation by to Elizabeth's page on 29/07/2017

    £2.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Philip Dunnto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    A fine cause. Good luck.

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Mark Unsworthto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    good luck everyone

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Catherine Gilmanto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Good luck !

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by holly smaleto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Good luck Dad and Joe and all of you for Sunday

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Debbie Smaleto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Big respect to all of Team Angus! Keep pedalling Joe and Tim - we know you can do it. Best of luck from Debbie and Grandad Ken xx

    £100.00

    + £25.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Mark Lundto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Best of luck to Paul and the team. Have a great day! Mark

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Lisa Shawto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Good Luck Emma. x

  • Donation by Debbie Curtisto Elizabeth's page on 27/07/2017

    Good luck Paul. Pedal well. Debsxx

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Becky / The Fireflies Tourto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Good Luck!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Vivienne and Bobto Elizabeth's page on 27/07/2017

    Hope you can enjoy being part of the day by watching in London, Elizabeth. Good luck to all the riders.

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Ed Chilcottto Elizabeth's page on 28/07/2017

    Joe your a hero. Check out Firefliescc. If you ever fancy a ride with us, we would be honoured.

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Bernadette Heppellto Elizabeth's page on 27/07/2017

    So sorry you won't make the ride. All the best to Jonathan and the rest of the team. Jim & Bernadette. xx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Andrew Blaketo Elizabeth's page on 27/07/2017

    Good luck Al! Andrew & Joy

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by sam cheethamto Elizabeth's page on 27/07/2017

    Very important cause close to our hearts. Great work everyone. Love the Cheethams

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Joanne Templeto Elizabeth's page on 27/07/2017

  • Donation by robert hunterto Elizabeth's page on 26/07/2017

    the very best of luck with all that you are doing.

    £50.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by jennifer carterto Elizabeth's page on 26/07/2017

    Hope it goes well

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Leo & Ivy Shawto Elizabeth's page on 26/07/2017

    Good luck Mummy! We're really proud of you! xox

    £25.00

    + £6.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Matt Shawto Elizabeth's page on 26/07/2017

    Keep those wheels turning!

    £25.00

    + £6.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Dave Cto Elizabeth's page on 26/07/2017

    Good luck Timbo, (you'll need it up Box hill!), Joe and all the other Angels!

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by L BARTLEYto Elizabeth's page on 26/07/2017

    good luck everyone

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by penny leicesterto Elizabeth's page on 26/07/2017

    Power to the pedals .....

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Karen Martinto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    Fabulous cause - all power to your legs Tim & co from your cuz x

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Jane Aspelingto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    An amazing cause! Power to your legs and no saddle sores. Best of luck, all. Timmy's sister xx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Tim Aspelingto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    "Nice one Centurian" - The Life of Bwian

    £60.00

    + £15.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Paul Hunterto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    Let's hope for some decent weather

    £100.00

    + £25.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by janette rowlandto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    Good Luck to all the team and safe ride for a heartfelt cause. love J & P

    £50.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Pippa Graemeto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    Well done Paul! Let me know your race number and I'll wave as you come through Weybridge high street

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Emma Eastonto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    Good luck :)

    £5.00

    + £1.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Harriet Sheppardto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    Good luck x

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Simon & Sally Hunterto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    Have a good day!

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by David Williamsto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    Good luck Paolo and good luck all! Dai.

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by John Notonto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    Good luck with the ride (and the weather!)

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Simon Bakerto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    Good luck Paul

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anna O'Donoghueto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    Good luck with the cycle!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Richard Haightonto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    Good luck everybody, and try to enjoy the ride!

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by John Urquhartto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    Had a great ride round Richmond with Paul and Joe the other night. Terific cause. Very best of luck to all on the day.

    £100.00

    + £25.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Stuart McMinniesto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    Good luck Paolo and team Angus. Hope you have a puncture free sunny day!

    £100.00

    + £25.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by James Hookto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    I shall be willing you on Paul from the comfort of my armchair!

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by The Reynhartsto Elizabeth's page on 25/07/2017

    Go Team Angus xxx

    £50.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Andrew Vitalisto Elizabeth's page on 24/07/2017

    Good luck 🍀 Paolo and the rest of the ream. Hope you have good weather for it. Thanks again for giving up your place for me last year!

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Peter Timothyto Elizabeth's page on 24/07/2017

    Chapeau Mr Lund and Team Angus!

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Paul Lundto Elizabeth's page on 24/07/2017

    Sponsoring myself to kick start my contribution!

    £100.00

    + £25.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Jamie Barwickto Elizabeth's page on 24/07/2017

    See you on the day!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Bee Menziesto Elizabeth's page on 24/07/2017

    Godspeed the cyclists and the hand of healing on Elizabeths ankle! For the boys who have gone on ahead - we miss you.

    £50.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Ivor Fiennesto Elizabeth's page on 24/07/2017

    Good luck Joe, Al & Tim - yellow jerseys all round. Ivor & Jane

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Scott Simkinsto Elizabeth's page on 24/07/2017

    Good Luck!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Emma Cooperto Elizabeth's page on 24/07/2017

    Tim Pennington - you need to do this for so many reasons! A great charity - good luck to you all.

  • Donation by Jill Waltonto Elizabeth's page on 24/07/2017

    Good luck Joe, Tim and Alex ! If I had an electric-powered bike, I would join you all! (well, might..) xx

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Rhianna Hogleyto Elizabeth's page on 24/07/2017

    Go team!!! Good luck, from Rhianna and Simon xxxxx

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Sarah Atheyto Elizabeth's page on 23/07/2017

    Go team Angus in memory of, and for a better future for, blood cancer patients

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Paula Patonto Elizabeth's page on 23/07/2017

    Good luck Team Angus, will be thinking about you all xxx

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Paul Brooksto Elizabeth's page on 24/07/2017

    Good luck to you all. Allez Allez Allez!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by David Bartonto Elizabeth's page on 20/07/2017

    All the very best for the ride. Such a wonderful cause to raise money for. Dave B

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by kevin rowlandto Elizabeth's page on 20/07/2017

    Good luck to you all, and especially Jonathan Rowland. Regards Kevin Rowland

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Norma PENNINGTONto Elizabeth's page on 20/07/2017

    Your Team will try their best to honour Angus and your family, this includes the cheer group!

    £35.00

    + £8.75 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Claire Bruggerto Elizabeth's page on 18/07/2017

    Really sorry to hear about your accident and hope you are on the mend. Hope the ride went to plan for everyone else. x

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by NJK CREEDto Elizabeth's page on 18/07/2017

    Good luck to all involved

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Rebecca Scottto Elizabeth's page on 18/07/2017

    Good luck Tina and the team xxx

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

Charities we're helping 2

  • Bloodwise (formerly Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research)

    Bloodwise (formerly Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research)

    We've changed the world for people with leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma and other blood disorders - but we won’t stop until every single one of the 38,000 people diagnosed with a blood cancer each year survives and can live their lives to the full. Your contribution really will make a difference.

  • Teenage Cancer Trust

    Teenage Cancer Trust

    We are dedicated to improving the quality of life and chances of survival for young cancer patients aged 13-24. We fund and build specialist units in NHS hospitals and provide dedicated staff, bringing young people together so they can be treated by teenage cancer experts in the best place for them.

Events we're doing 27

    • 30Jul

      Prudential Ride London 2017

    • Cycling

    • 12Mar

      Surrey Half Marathon 2017

    • Running / marathons

    • 02Jul

      La Marmotte

    • Cycling

    • 28May

      Skydive in Loving Memory

    • Personal challenge

    • 04Mar

      Remembering Grandad Bill

    • Other personal challenge

    • 26Jun

      North Devon marathon

    • Running / marathons

    • 07May

      Angus and Rachel Jump!

    • Personal challenge

    • 20Nov

      And I'm Freeeeeeee, freeee falling

    • Personal challenge

    • 16Aug

      London Bikeathon

    • Cycling

    • 25Jun

      St Pauls Catholic College 24 hour football match

    • Other events

    • 25Jun

      St Pauls Catholic College 24 hour football match

    • Other events

    • 31Aug

      London Bikeathon 2014

    • Personal cycling

    • 13Apr

      Virgin London Marathon 2014

    • Running / marathons

    • 10Aug

      Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 2014

    • Cycling

    • 25Feb

      Cycle in Jordan from the Dead Sea to the Red Sea

    • Personal cycling

    • 28Oct

      Twenty four hour football match

    • Other events

    • 28Oct

      24 Hour Football Match

    • Other events

    • 26Jul

      Cameron's Kilimanjaro Climb

    • Personal treks

    • 31Aug

      Falling with style

    • Parachuting & skydives

    • 16Sep

      LLR - London Bikeathon 2012

    • Cycling

    • 02Jul

      September x5

    • Personal running / marathons

    • 16Sep

      Bupa Great North Run 2012

    • Running / marathons

    • 08Jun

      All Hands On Deck charity Race IOW 2012

    • Other events

    • 24May

      Paris 123

    • Cycling

    • 26May

      The Long Walk Home. London to Angus.26th May

    • Walk

    • 19Feb

      Brighton Half Marathon 2012

    • Running / marathons

    • 15Apr

      Brighton Marathon 2012

    • Running / marathons