Canon Business Services, Cambridge
14 May 2019 - 14 May 2020

Charlie's Big Bike Challenge

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Neil Payne

Total raised


+ £78.75 Gift Aid

121 Complete
121% of £300.00 target

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Proud to support Cancer Research UK

Here at Canon Cambridge we are raising money for Cancer Research UK after losing two very dear colleagues to Cancer, with another one still fighting it.

Charlie, Neil’s 12 year old son, is taking part in the London to Cambridge Bike ride on 21st July to try and raise money for this fantastic cause. Charlie’s Gran has fought her way through Breast Cancer and is now having treatment for Bowel Cancer so this is a charity close to Charlie and Neil’s hearts.

Charlie has been training hard for this ride and has been busy clocking up the miles. He regularly rides 40 to 50 miles every Saturday with the Newmarket Cycling and Triathlon Club.

Cancer in one way or another, touches the lives of us all, whether it be a work colleague, a friend or a relative.

Our support will help find cures, provide kinder treatments and fund lifesaving research.

Latest updates


Catherine Foley



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Charlie....putting the rest of us to shame 😀


Stacey Coe



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Charlie!!


Teresa Fitzgibbons



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Charlie!


Chloe Lawrence



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Carolynn Anderson



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Charlie, epic cycling and amazing achievement. Super proud of you as always. xx


Faye Paterson



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Well done Charlie , you are awesome 🥇🏆🚴‍♂️

Total raised£365.00



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