We have opted for some new routes and are cycling in Scotland for a couple of weeks. Our combined total now stands at 1,596 miles.
This year is a strange year, Even stranger than 2018 when Ian was diagnosed. Despite this we are continuing our fundraising efforts and are currently (whilst maintaining social distancing) trying to cycle as far as we can in which to raise money (including Darcie, Charlie and Teddie). Cancer has not gone away during these unprecedent times and may lives are still being affected by Cancer.
We have so far during May and June cycled a total of 793 miles between us.
Thanks for taking the time to visit my fundraising page. It is now coming up to our second Christmas without Ian and we are holding a raffle to raise funds for Cancer Research UK.
Our latest challenge is for me, Tracy and Andy to each cycle 300 miles hopefully by the end of September. Darcie, Teddie and Charlie will be joining us for as much of the 300 miles as possible. This is some challenge and therefore we should be grateful if you could dig deep and sponsor us.
I along with my sister, Tracy Lee and Ian's friend from school, Chris Congreave are arranging a variety night to remember Ian and to raise money for Cancer Research UK. My life (together with the lives of my children Darcie (9) and Teddie (4)) and the lives of my wider family have been destroyed by Cancer. My wonderful children will have to grow up without their fantastic Daddy. This is a loss which they will live with for the rest of their lives. We hope to raise lots and lots of money at the charity night.
Cancer never stops and therefore more and more people are affected each day by this cruel and horrible disease. Lets raise money so that a Cancer diagnosis is no longer a death sentence and that people can survive and live after Cancer.
Please donate to help beat Cancer.