Jim And Tanya

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Jim West

Total raised


+ £41.25 Gift Aid

114 Complete
114% of £200.00 target

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We're going cold turkey for a whole month, please make it count!

Over the last few years we've taken on many tough physical challenges including Marathons, Ultramarathons, Duathlons and long distance Triathlons.

Now, we are about to take on our toughest challenge yet.......

The Cancer Research January Dryathlon.......
An entire month without alcohol.

That's 31 days with no drink, not even medicinal Gin or Whisky.

That's 744 long hours with nothing but herbal tea and tears to help us cope with life's little challenges.

What will happen?
Will we lose our minds?
Will we still be married at the end?

Hit the Donate button to find out.

Thanks in advance for your generous donations. We were asked for a target which we have set at £200.

to give you an added incentive to dig deep and further help this excellent cause, IF we reach £400 by the end of January, we have both agreed to extend the challenge and continue the suffering (for your amusement) until the end of February.

Latest updates


Michelle Wakefield



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Tanya and Jim!! From the Wakefields xx


Joanna Donn



+£3.75 Gift Aid

Well done Tanya and Jim. - fantastic. Best wishes Joanna & Andrew xx


Naomi Currey



Well done you two. Looking forward to hearing how easy/painful it was!!


Laura Newall



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Your biggest challenge to date eh?!!


Helena Nash



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done my lovelies...brilliant ❤ xxx


Sena Gbe



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Your own personal ultra

Total raised£230.00



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