Cycle 300
September 2020

A member of OAC Part 3 and Cycle 300

Old Age Cyclists 300 Fundraising Page

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Craig Flanagan

Total raised


+ £23.75 Gift Aid

143 Complete
143% of £300.00 target

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I'm cycling 300 miles this September for Cancer Research UK

In memory of


Myself Craig and my Uncle Dave are Cycling 300miles throughout September in memory of a wonderful kind thoughtful caring Mum, Wife, Grandmother, Sister Aunt and Friend who has been sorely missed but will never be forgotten. We will also be riding in memory of all our loved family members who have also lost the battle against this awful disease.

We are aiming to raise as much money as we can for Cancer Research and to assist in the continued good work that they do, We are going to do this to raise awareness and to support all those individuals and families that are affected in the hope that This horrible disease can be eradicated in the future.

We only ask for a couple of pounds to help us raise the funds for this charity, and in the process making a significant difference to those affected by cancer.

Please help us to get there! Your support would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you in advance

Latest updates


Chris D



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done. Great cause

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Craig Flanagan


Thank you everyone who donated to this great cause and showed faith in us completing 300miles :)

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Facebook donation




Liam Streeter



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Craig Flanagan


Afternoon Ride

Strava activityRide29.8km97.22m
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Craig Flanagan


Day 21 of 30 #cycle300 for Cancer Research Lunch Ride

Strava activityRide18km59.77m
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Total raised£430.00



Facebook donations£325.00

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