12 Jun - 30 Sep 2021

Gordon McIntosh's (aka Big G) Giving Page

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Gordon McIntosh

Total raised


+ £160.00 Gift Aid

183 Complete
183% of £1,000.00 target

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I'm walking to raise money for Cancer Research UK

Thank you for visiting my Fundraising Page. I'm walking the length of Hadrian's Wall on more gentle terrain at the Tynedale Country Park. This will take me about 84 days as I walk about one mile a day.

In 2005 I walked the real Hadrian's Wall Path and raised over £1000 for Cancer Research after successful treatment for prostate cancer. As I'm now 86 years old I'm opting for less arduous walking conditions for my 2021 challenge.

This charity is close to my heart. I lost my dear wife Ann to cancer in 2019 and my son's sister-in-law, Inma in 2020.

The money I raise will help fund life-saving research and to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.

Latest updates


From Mandy MacDonald



Dad had his haircut the other day (he looks jolly dapper) and the wonderful Mandy asked that her fee be donated to Dad's campaign.

Thanks Mandy!


From fellow walkers on the riverside



Many thanks to Sue Pine and Janice Goodwin - your support is much appreciated.

Gordon and Ross


Friends on the day of the last walk



Abi & Jack, Joan, Andrew, Rebecca, Oliver, Zac & Kathy.

Thanks so much for joining us! Love Gordon & Ross


Friends on the day of the last walk



Jeanne, Gillian & Eric, Bridget, Judy, Hazel & Judy, Lesley, Gethin & Owen, Ann and Claire.

Thanks so much for joining us! Love Gordon & Ross


Katie Elliott



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Gordon. Lovely to celebrate your achievement today.


Liz F



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Gordon. Always lovely to see you walking on the riverside x

Total raised£1,836.72



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