March 2021

UKPNS CAD/BIM & Asset Management Team- Giving Page "Together we will beat cancer"

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Total raised


+ £270.75 Gift Aid

118 Complete
118% of £1,000.00 target

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I'm fundraising to raise money for Cancer Research UK

Our Story

Thank you for visiting our Fundraising Page. We are a small team of staff that work for UK Power Networks Services in the CAD, BIM and Asset Management Department. We are hoping to raise some money for Cancer Research UK during the month of March 2021 by either cycling 300 miles during the month or completing 10,000 steps a day during the month. We also hope to all get a bit fitter in the process.

The money we raise from your generous donations will help fund life-saving research and bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. The fund raising team comprises of the following members:

Tom Arnold- Cycling 300 miles
Matt Underwood- Cycling 300 miles
Steve George- Cycling 300 miles
Ginette Leeder & Tony Whyman completing 10,000 steps as a team

We will update this page regularly with photos and weekly progress reports.

Progress report end of week 1 (01/03/2021 to 07/03/2021 inc)
Thank you so much for all the support to date, we have already passed our original target of £500 and are now hoping to raise £1000.

So its been a challenging first week, squeezing in the cycling/steps and battling the weather (cold mornings and torrential rain) but we are all doing well and enjoying the challenge.
Totals for the first week
Tom 80.96 miles
Matt 72 miles
Steve 82.62 miles
Ginette 46,957 steps
Tony 56,604 steps

Progress report end of week 2 (08/03/2021 to 14/03/2021 inc)
Thank you for the continued support its really appreciated

Week two has been slightly easier as our body's have got a little more use to the daily activity. But its still been challenging as we continue to battle the cold, wet and windy weather.
Totals for the second week
Tom 75.71 miles
Matt 61.05 miles
Steve 117.75 miles
Ginette 50,859 steps
Tony 56,907 steps

Progress report end of week 3 (15/03/2021 to 21/03/2021 inc) Thank you for the continued support we are so close to reaching the £1000 target.

Week three has been going really well are all team members are well on track to completing the challenge.
Totals for third week
Tom 99.05 miles
Matt 93.27 miles
Steve 85.53 miles
Ginette 53,133 steps
Tony 62,223 steps

Progress report end of week 4 (22/03/2021 to 28/03/2021 inc) Thank you for the continued support we have now hit the £1000 target, but its still not too late if you wanted to donate.

Week four has gone well and the cyclists have all achieved the monthly target of 300 miles with a few days to spare. The steppers are also doing really well and have only three days of the daily challenge left.

Totals for week four
Tom 132.65 miles
Matt 74.31 miles
Steve 68.63 miles
Ginette 53,362 steps
Tony 52,516 steps

Thank you for your donations and support, the challenge has now finished and although we all thoroughly enjoyed it we are glad to be having a well deserved rest.

Totals for the month of March

Tom 451.33 miles
Matt 300.63 miles
Steve 354.53 miles
Ginette 224,491 steps
Tony 250,366 steps

Latest updates


Jill Arnold



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Well done, Tom, and the rest of your team!


Ginette Leeder



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Very happy to have taken part


Darren George



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Great effort - well done!


Stuart Downey



+£8.25 Gift Aid

Well done Tom, great cause


Chi Leung



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done!


Henk Michels



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Tony

Total raised£1,183.00



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