Longest Day Up 2019
1 May - 31 Jul 2019

A member of Longest Day Up 2019

What a difference a day makes

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Winston Dwyer

Total raised


+ £403.75 Gift Aid

105 Complete
105% of £2,000.00 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.

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.

This may not seem much of a challenge when you consider those who ran the London Marathon dressed in some inappropriate costume, or our brave veterans who ventured to the Arctic Circle with missing limbs. This is my simple attempt to raise some money for Cancer research, which I believe will be treatable in all its forms, in my lifetime.

This is a massive task for all the researchers, clinicians and specialists and it comes at a cost. Please help them meet that cost with a small donation.

Latest updates


Andrew Hawksworth




Omega Windows



Sorry it’s a bit late , better late than never ! Congrats Winston on your success for your very worthy cause


Philip Langridge



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Kip.


Winston Dwyer



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Thank you Team Buckley for your support


Winston Dwyer



+£6.25 Gift Aid

This is on behalf of James Wilford, a supporter of my efforts on this event.


The Clokes



+£7.50 Gift Aid

Total raised£2,117.50



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