Cycle 200
September 2020

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George's Cycle 200 Fundraising Page

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George Harrison

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I'm cycling 200 miles this September for Cancer Research UK

Thank you for visiting my Cancer Research UK Cycle 200 page. This September, before the end of the month, I will complete 200 miles on my bike for Cancer Research UK. I will be pedalling harder than ever because I want to raise money for life-saving research and help bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.
Every penny makes a huge difference to vital cancer research so please show your support with a donation to my page.

Cancer is the devil and everyone knows it. It is something that relates very close to me and my family and this is the reason I am doing it. To raise awareness and to basically show people who have suffered with ANY type of cancer that I am with them every step of the way. 200 miles might not seem a lot to people but to me it is a lot with everything that’s going on at the moment. However, i know for a fact I would smash 200 easy if I had the better time frames to do it, so if timings do become on the better side of things I will not be stopping at 200 miles! This is where I will be challenging my mind and my body to do more and not just for a fundraiser, but for myself as well!

I’ve been wanting to do this for a while now and I would greatly appreciate it if people were to get behind me and share it and raise as much money as we can!

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Millie Cavill



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