Southern Communications- Supporting Iron Fran

Benali’s Iron Fran
21 Jan 2019 - 21 Jan 2020

Southern Communications- Supporting Iron Fran

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Southern Communications

(page managed by Holly Dolan)

Total raised


+ £235.59 Gift Aid

12 Complete
12% of £20,000.00 target

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Benali’s Iron Fran – 7 Iron Mans In 7 Days

Southern Communications are proud to be supporting Francis Benali in his Iron Fran Challenge and his £1million pound fundraising mission.

Fran is taking on his toughest challenge yet, 7 triatholons in 7 consecutive days. We are taking on our toughest challenge with him...

A total of 1,000 miles....

2.4 mile swim
112 mile bike ride
26 mile run.....
… because Together we will beat cancer.

Visit Franny's website to see when he will be near you and to follow his progress:

Latest updates


Holly Dolan



Thanks to everyone who took part in the second charity golf day in aid of Cancer Research!


Fundraising from Golf Day, Tropic Skin Care and Ride 100



Thank you to everyone who took part in the golf day, the tropic skin care day and everyone who sponsored Andrew Edwards in his Ride 100 challenge.


Karen Chapple



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Andrew. Hard work but worth it for a really worthy charity.
Thank you for your support for Cancer Research.
Karen :)


Lucia Hoynes



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Go Andrew!


Stephanie Thomson



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good Luck to Ando and the Ride 100 Charity crew!


Gina Clayton



+£1.25 Gift Aid

This Donation is for Andrew Edwards taking part in the Prudential 100 Charity bike ride on 4th August
Good luck

Total raised£2,445.64



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