Mercedes-Benz Vans UK Fundraising
29 Mar 2019 - 29 Mar 2020

Launch Events - Manchester - Blackpool

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Launch Events

Total raised


+ £846.38 Gift Aid


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Mercedes-Benz Manchester to Blackpool Bike Ride 2019

Launch Events with family and friends will once again be riding the 100k from Manchester to Blackpool on 7th July 2019 to raise vital funds for Cancer Research UK.
Most families have been touched in traumatic ways by Cancer, indeed 1 in 2 of us will get Cancer. That’s a shocking statistic.
Two of our team members have had Cancer. Jude had Hodgkins Lymphoma aged 40 and Tom had Leukaemia when he was only 3. The wonderful news is that they are Cancer Survivors.
Please help us to help more people become survivors. Donating to Cancer Research UK can do that. Every single penny will help and will be very gratefully received.
Thank you very much. Wishing you health and happiness.

Latest updates


Siobhan Knight



From Ray Dalby - another £20. Thanks Ray.


Siobhan Knight



From Ray Dalby. Thanks Ray.


James brown



+£10.00 Gift Aid

Congratulations on completing the route and hopefully you will keep on racking up the miles ready for the Cycle 300 in October :)


Keith Beasley



Fantastic day, fantastic people, fantastic event.
Thanks everyone involved.


David Ashworth



Thanks to family and friends for supporting me in this great event. A big thank you to Launch Events and Mercedes Benz’s


Lewis Festa



Total raised£5,439.25



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