Cycle 200
September 2019

A member of Tiny Small Team


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Emily Jeffreys

Total raised


+ £9.25 Gift Aid

103 Complete
103% of £150.00 target

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I'm cycling 200 miles this September for Cancer Research UK

I've never had cancer, but I've experienced debilitating illness requiring multiple surgeries for an abnormal growth that was killing me. I can empathise. I know that leading a normal life is difficult. I know that going in and out of hospital like it's a second home is tiring and soul destroying. I know the repercussions of illness even after you've been treated is a struggle. And I'm lucky enough to have the health now to be active enough to participate in this.
My partner Matteo and I are looking to boost our cycling stamina, and what better way to motivate us than for charitable cause. We work in the NHS and come into contact with cancer patients regularly, and know many people who have been affected by this illness. Let's do a nice thing.

Latest updates

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Emily Jeffreys


Sadly flu got me for the last week, so didn’t hit the mileage I was looking for 😩

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Emily Jeffreys


46.6 miles for the week, which is my most miles so far. It would have been further as we’d planned a ride to Greenwich but the dreaded lurgy has hit and I’ve sadly had to spend the last few days bedbound. Hoping to recover fully before the week is out to try making that last push and seeing if we can pump up the mileage!


Hannah Miller



+£5.50 Gift Aid

Good Luck!

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Emily Jeffreys


39.7 miles for Week 2!! Making good progress. Tiny Small Team are well on their way to hitting 200 💪🏼

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Emily Jeffreys


37 miles achieved for the first week! Plenty of rides planned for the rest of the month to reach our goal 🚲


Rosanne Liu



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Go Tiny Small Team!!! Yayyyy

Total raised£155.23



Facebook donations£118.23

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