Chets is taking part in Le Cure 2017 which is raising funds for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity
"In just under two weeks time, I will be embarking upon what I believe will be one of the toughest charity challenges I’ve undertaken in a long time – cycling 382 KM in the Pyrenees. Walking is more my forte – I only started cycling about 2 months ago... so this is truly going to be a challenge…
However….its for a great cause….The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity.
The purpose of this charity is to raise funds for Breast Cancer and my sister was diagnosed with Breast Cancer 6 years ago. Thankfully, due to the wonderful work that cancer doctors do and due to the funds raised previously which enabled innovative thinking in cancer treatment, my sister survived. So I was inspired by this and if I can, together with your help, can raise funds to save someone’s sister/brother/father/mother/child/spouse etc then I think me suffering for 4 days is well worth the effort."
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