Roadchef Jurassic Coast Challenge
8 - 9 Jun 2019

Roadchef Team for the Jurassic Coast Challenge

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Mark Fox

Total raised


+ £148.75 Gift Aid

215 Complete
215% of £300.00 target

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Walking 58km with my work colleagues as we are desperately keen to get the Roadchef total funds raised for Cancer Research UK up to £1 million. We're really close so please help us get there!

I am joining 30+ of my colleagues from Roadchef and walking 58km along the Jurassic Coast (Dorset) on June 8th. Some of the team are doing a slightly shorter (28km) walk and one or two are braving the 100km 2 day expedition. No matter which walk we're doing it's all in aid of Cancer Research UK. As a Roadchef team and with the help of CRUK, we have raised close to £3/4 million in the last year and we are aiming to get to £1M as soon as possible. If you can help with £1, £100 or £1,000, you know that every penny will go to good use - putting an end to cancer. Dig deep and think of me with aching feet in June! Thanks for your support. Mark

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James Muirhead



+£30.00 Gift Aid

Peter Johnson



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Good luck.A long way for someone nearing 50!!!





All the best from CORE

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Mark Fox


Hmmm. Just walked 20 miles and feel OK but legs are a little heavy. In two weeks we have to walk 36 miles....that'll be interesting! Oh well!


Jamie Gordon



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Good luck to all.

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Mark Fox


Thank you to Elaine, Danny, Steve, JJ, James, Darrell, Will and Richard for your donations. Training is ongoing with the walk two weeks away. It's going to be a long day but as a team I am sure we'll make it.

Total raised£645.00



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