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Keiller, Halliday and Chisholm 2018

3 team members

Challenge complete

Fundraising for this challenge has ended so we're no longer accepting donations. Thanks to everyone who supported this challenge.

Total raised so far £0.00

Target £0.00

Total plus Gift Aid: £0.00

Raised offline: £0.00

Team story

[p]In June, it was a cough. By August, they thought it was Pneumonia. Then on 5th October 2016, my girlfriend Emma and I got the drastically life changing news that she had developed Non-Hogkins Lymphoma, a form of blood cancer. She is a young, fit, healthy non smoker. It was nothing she had done, nothing genetic, just horrible rotten luck.[/p][p]Since that day, she has had to deal with 10 rounds of some of the most aggressive Chemotherapy that scientists have developed, an extremely complex stem cell transplant involving weeks in isolation, weeks of radiotherapy, daily self injections and far too many days/nights in hospital to count. Needless to say, this has resulted in physical and mental exhaustion in quantities that aren't possible to imagine.[/p][p]Emma has dealt with it all with courage, grace and bravery, in a way that words won't do justice. In recent months the condition has improved and earlier this month, 15 months on, we got the amazing news that there is no evidence of any active Lymphoma left. The team at the Western General in Edinburgh, from the lead consultant to the domestic staff, have been nothing short of unbelievable. (We are extremely lucky in this country to have the NHS and shouldn't forget it!) [/p][p]Bloodwise is a wonderful charity that funds research into life saving blood cancer treatments, as well as providing support to patients and their loved ones. Their incredible work has saved Emma and thousands of others.[/p][p]Master Halliday and I have been fortunate enough to get spaces to take on the London Marathon as part of Team Bloodwise on 22nd April. Chisholm will smash the Stirling Marathon the following weekend. We hope that as a team we can raise lots of money from as many kind donors as we can pester.[/p][p]Any donations, big or small, would be massively appreciated.[/p]
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Jun 26, 2018


Hope you got the medal you deserved eventually.

£5.00 plus £1.25 Gift Aid

Jun 22, 2018


£10.00 plus £2.50 Gift Aid

May 23, 2018

Big Neenz

Sorry it's a bit late, our Chizz! Go on yersel!!

£20.00 plus £5.00 Gift Aid

May 23, 2018


Well done Andy. From your former culter boys club team mate

£50.00 plus £12.50 Gift Aid

May 3, 2018

Neil McDonald

Well done lads, was the medal ever found?

£20.00 plus £5.00 Gift Aid

May 2, 2018

Jenny Dafty

Awesome run Well done You are all supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Jenny Dafty ward 1

£20.00 plus £5.00 Gift Aid

May 1, 2018


Better late than never. Finger out for these troopers raising. One for a good cause!

£50.00 plus £12.50 Gift Aid

May 1, 2018


An Amazing Feat, Well Done Chris, you are a great inspiration. A great cause indeed by you and your team. Kudos.

May 1, 2018

David Lambie

Well done Chis.

May 1, 2018

Fiona Morton

Well done guys, great effort!


Andrew Keiller

Andrew Keiller

Chris Chisholm

Chris Chisholm

Jake Halliday

Jake Halliday