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Will Summers

Will and Tom Cycle to Gibraltar

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My story

[p][b]We're raising £4,000 to SUPPORT 2 GREAT CAUSES: To help Great Ormond Street Hospital continue to do amazing things, and SUDEP, to keep punching way above its weight[/b][/p][p][i][u]The Great British Bike Off[/u][/i][/p][p][i]Two pairs of the most thunderous of thighs in all the land have come together to cycle from London to Gibraltar. Now why on earth would two strapping lads (with a combined weight of 200kg) attempt to cycle ~1300 miles in 12 days? The answer - to help raise money for two fantastic causes.[/i][/p][p]Up first is GREAT ORMOND STREET HOSPITAL (GOSH). Will's cousin - once removed - Sophia was recently given the all clear having spent much of her first three years in and out of GOSH, who were brilliant throughout.[/p][p][img]https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/wzhY7t8s6WrZW8vw9yzUfekXuKuLeEvk_lDgAH7zHRkcDqc_aO0MQ9lWmhiFMwOor0swYS-F4elh7e8oVCaFcBaj0LFCxGk423vZdkaK0C_MDEAMU6AJ0pxpokJhe2R3q_EH5zRT" height="500" width="500[/img][/p][p]Unfortunately a close friend's nephew is now receiving treatment at GOSH. It's a stark reminder of just how important organisations like GOSH are. So we wanted to give a little back to help them continue their amazing work and help other families in their time of need.[/p][p]We are also raising money for a small charity called Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy Action (SUDEP). 5 years ago, Tom’s friend Amy had her life tragically changed for ever with the death of her sister. It was both sudden and unexpected – the risks of epilepsy are not well understood by most people. Amy has stepped up to commemorate her loss this year, and is raising for SUDEP Action’s #Prevent21 campaign. 21 people a week die from epilepsy and many of those deaths are avoidable. The charity hopes to raise £1 million over 4 years and Amy is raising to help them reach their target. The funds will go towards raising awareness and supporting families who suffer the same loss Amy did. We are going to contribute half of what we raise to help support Amy in that effort.[/p][p]Please help the boys in their efforts! This is a huge undertaking and will prove to be both a physical and mental challenge. They have been training hard, but that cannot take away from the difficulty and level this will push them to.[/p][p]No amount is too small, and we are so grateful for your contribution.[/p][p]Thanks![/p][p]Will & Tom [/p]

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Jul 17, 2018



Jul 6, 2018

Matt Bowie

Well done buddy

£20.00 plus £5.00 Gift Aid

Jun 20, 2018


Congratulations Will and Tom. An amazing achievement Love Des and Fran


Jun 19, 2018

Matt W

Well done!

£10.00 plus £2.50 Gift Aid

Jun 18, 2018


Well played

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Jun 13, 2018


£15.00 plus £3.75 Gift Aid

Jun 13, 2018


Congrats Tom and Will on an amazing achievement

Jun 13, 2018


Well done chaps!

£20.00 plus £5.00 Gift Aid

Jun 12, 2018


Hi Tom and Will. Hope you continue to raise lots more for these great causes. Glad we have the opportunity to contribute. Jacqui & Adrian Shawcross ( Sotogrande NH Hotel, Tennis group)

£10.00 plus £2.50 Gift Aid

Jun 11, 2018

The Kay Family

Congratulations! Hope your parents fulfilled all their duties to a suitable standard!

£50.00 plus £12.50 Gift Aid