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NBS Ride For Research 2019
9 Apr 2019 - 9 Apr 2020

Martin Joyce

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Martin Joyce

Total raised

£115.00

+ £18.75 Gift Aid

114 Complete
114% of £100.00 target
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Raising vital funds for Cancer Research UK

Ride for Research 2019 is a cycling event being undertaken by employees of Nationwide Building Society and their 3rd party Strategic partner (IBM).

On Wednesday 12th June 2019, the cyclists will set off from the Nationwide Headquarters in Swindon on a 71-mile ride, travelling through the counties of Wiltshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire. They will be stopping at different Nationwide Branches on route before arriving back at the offices in the afternoon.

All funds raised will go directly to Cancer Research UK to help fund vital research. Every year around 360,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with Cancer. CRUKs aim is to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. In the 1970s 1 in 4 people survived cancer, today 1 in 2 survive. CRUKs aim with your help is to reach 3 in 4 people surviving cancer for 10 years or more by 2034.

Latest updates

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Roger Smith

2019-06-25T18:38:59+00:00

£30.00

+£7.50 Gift Aid
M

Mum and Dad

2019-06-17T08:42:31+00:00

£20.00

M

Mark Slater

2019-06-10T08:19:41+00:00

£10.00

P

Peter Mulcock

2019-06-07T13:04:45+00:00

£10.00

+£2.50 Gift Aid

All the best for your next ride

J

Jason Woodfield

2019-06-04T11:30:31+00:00

£25.00

+£6.25 Gift Aid

Good luck Martin!

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Dom Thelwell

2019-06-04T09:32:15+00:00

£5.00

+£1.25 Gift Aid

good luck!

Total raised£115.00

Online£115.00

Offline£0.00

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Cause

Oesophageal cancer

Oesophageal cancer rates are rising in the UK, and it's one of the hardest cancers to treat. It’s the sixth most common cause of cancer death and survival rates are poor. Help fund one of Cancer Research UK's top priorities – finding ways to improve survival from the disease.