Cycle 300
March 2021

Ian's Cycle 300 Fundraising Page

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Nicola Gill

Total raised


+ £258.75 Gift Aid

280 Complete
280% of £500.00 target

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I'm cycling 300 miles in a month for Cancer Research UK

In memory of

Patricia Gill, David Mullett, Joseph & Rene Beadle & the survivors Robert, Judy & Lesley Beadle.

Thank you for visiting my Cancer Research UK Cycle 300 page. I started the month cycling 300 miles for Cancer Research UK with a target of £500, added another 100 miles if I hit 750 and another if donations hit £1000. It's amazing to think at day 30 the total is £1300 and I have peddled 479 miles. I have been pedalling harder than ever to raise money for life-saving research and help bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. Every penny that has been donated makes a huge difference to vital cancer research so I thank each and every one of you that have given me support and encouragement to do this and donated to my page.

Latest updates


Ian Gill



Thank you to Denis Hubble and Darren Busby for your generous donations, towards my Cycle 300/500!


Tracy Pigg



+£6.25 Gift Aid

All the best Ian,go for it! Hope you raise lots of cash for such a good cause. Joe and TracyX!





+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Ian on a fantastic achievement for such a great cause xxx

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Nicola Gill


Evening Ride

Strava activityRide33.25km80.85m
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, +1

Strava activityRide34.19km80.72m
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Nicola Gill


Afternoon Ride

Strava activityRide34.32km82.6m
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Total raised£1,400.00



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