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

Simon Neill - Manchester to Blackpool

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Simon Neill

Total raised


+ £215.00 Gift Aid


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Mercedes-Benz Manchester to Blackpool Bike Ride 2019

A team from Mercedes-Benz Vans UK and friends, will once again be riding from Manchester to Blackpool on 7 July 2019.
Having ridden last year in memory of Martyn Donnelly, we are extremely saddened to ride this year for our dear friend and colleague Tim Page from Rygor Commercials, who we lost earlier this year.
We will ride with heavy hearts but great determination to put our money where our pedals are, and raise lots of money for Cancer Research UK, in the hopes that their research will mean that in future years, people like Tim and Martyn will survive this disease.
Our aim is to get 250 riders to cycle with us this year and in order to ensure we raise as much as we can for these worthwhile charities, we are looking for our riders to try and raise £250 each.
We are grateful for any support you can give to the riders on our team. We know that the more we can raise, the more we can help the amazing work done by Cancer Research. Thank you for your support.

Latest updates


jamie atkinson



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Nice work, great effort by all.


David Joyce



+£12.50 Gift Aid

All the best.


Dee Garratt



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck :)


Debbie Randle



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Simon and team





+£125.00 Gift Aid

John Atkinson



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Good work Simon.

Total raised£910.00



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