Longest Day Up 2019
3 Apr 2019 - 3 Apr 2020

A member of Longest Day Up 2019

Stu's Longest Day Up Page

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Stu Townsend

Total raised


+ £472.50 Gift Aid

209 Complete
209% of £1,000.00 target

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Motorbike challenge to travel from Lands End to John O'Groats on the longest day of the year between sunrise and sunset.


My motivation for entering this event is that my partner was diagnosed with breast cancer last September, so this page is all about trying to raise a bit of cash to help find a cure for cancer and giving a bit back in my own way. Hopefully the bike will make it all the way!

The Longest Day motorcycle challenge that takes places on the longest day of the year, 21 June 2019. Bikers leave Lands End at sunrise and aim to reach John O'Groats by sunset following a designated route. Motorcycles must cost no more than £300 (not including the cost of insurance, MOT, tyres or brakes) and must have valid MOT certificate.

Latest updates


Abigail Lack



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Sorry it's sooo late... well done on raising so much!


Richie Brown



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Sorry it’s late mate and not a lot but really proud of you mate x


David Barrett



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done mate.


Christopher Hockey



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done everybody concerned. Epic Effort!


Ian Bray



Good luck


Shaun Brown



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Total raised£2,090.00



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Breast cancer

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