Keith Hunt and Chris Lamport – Neuroblastoma Society
Keith Hunt (Gatwick), Chris Lamport (Corporate) and a friend are attempting the ultimate triathlon, known as The Ironman Challenge. This involves the 26.22 mile marathon, 112 mile cycling and a swim of 2.4 miles, in support of registered charity The Neuroblastoma Society, whose slogan is ‘Fighting Childhood Cancer’. Keith lost his son to cancer at the age of 5 years but, had John survived, he would be celebrating his 21st birthday this year. Other events are also planned on the day including the dreaded skydive by Keith’s eldest daughter and some friends.
If you would like to help and support research into childhood cancer, please visit www.justgiving.co.uk then type ‘Keith and Caroline’ in the donation search box. For more information on the charity, please visit www.neuroblastoma.org.uk
Duncan Bell – Shaftsbury Young People
As always Duncan (Guildford Motorrad) will be running the London Marathon for his charity Shaftsbury Young People.
To support young people in care and in need to find their voice, to be healthy, to learn, develop and achieve and to gain an independent and positive place in society… Their mission statement tells all.
Sean Kelly (Redhill)
I am sure at this time of year you have many requests for donations surrounding the London Marathon…!
My son is running again this year for Children with Cancer UK charity and has asked me to drum up some support for him, as you will see from the photo and bio he is a perfect physical specimen for the task in hand…
As they say at Tesco ‘every little helps’ so even a pound each would be gratefully received…
We wish all our Vines staff and family members the best of luck for their challenges and in their fundraising endeavours.
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