Cycle 200
September 2020

A member of Cycle 200

Joseph's Cycle 200 Fundraising Page

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Joseph Barraud

Total raised


+ £61.25 Gift Aid

210 Complete
210% of £200.00 target

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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.
We all have our own stories about cancer. It can affect our life at any age. I personally had to go through the illness when I was two years old and I lost an eye in the process. A friend of mine died in her twenties, another in her sixties. Others have survived. The good news is that more and more people survive cancer because of the fantastic progress of medicine, both in diagnosis and treatment. And that’s why supporting Cancer Research is essential.
I haven’t cycled much in the past 15 years (since I bought my first car!) so it’s going to be a challenge. But I am really up for it so please show your support with a donation to my page!

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Joseph Barraud



+£5.00 Gift Aid





Matthew Hales



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Great work Joseph, from the Hales Junior Clan

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Joseph Barraud


The Longest One So Far

Strava activityRide69.15km230.63m
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Joseph Barraud


Morning Ride to Rivelin

Strava activityRide28.83km104.68m
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Afternoon ride through Hillfoot Road

Strava activityRide17.54km56.27m
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Total raised£420.00



Facebook donations£135.00

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