On Saturday 14th June my husband, Shannon Logan, brother Neil Foreman and friend Chris Wright will be cycling over 200 miles from Cambridge to Durham in one day – a hefty challenge despite them all being keen cyclists. Many people say it can’t be done and they are aiming to prove them wrong. They will, however, be starting at first light so I’m not sure I’ll be waving them off!
The route links their two chosen charities, which focus on fighting childhood cancers – a cause all three are keen to support. The Cambridge charity is Tom’s Trust, who fund Clinical Psychologists to support children with brain tumours. At the finish in Durham, it is the North of England Children’s Cancer Research Fund (NECCR), in memory of Emma Bell, a beloved and sadly missed family member of Neil’s wife Marie. The NECCR fund medical research into the causes and treatment of childhood cancer.
If you would like to support the boys, donations can be made to Tom’s Trust and the NECCR via their JustGiving pages below:
Tom’s Trust – http://www.justgiving.com/cycledurham