Bike4Cancer picTwo Whitchurch Women
– novice cyclists –
riding from London-Brighton on Sunday 17th September.
Fifty-four miles. London traffic. Sussex Hills. One Day.
Are they mad??

Nance, one of the Whitchurch Youth Project leaders, sadly lost her mum to cancer last year, not long after losing her lifelong best friend Carol to the disease too.
Nance and her family already regularly support other, well-known, cancer related charities.
And then she spotted Bike 4 Cancer.

Bike 4 Cancer was set up by a group of keen cyclists who have all lost a family member or close friend to cancer. As a specialist cancer respite charity with a sporting focus, it provides relief from the difficulties of living with cancers by providing respite days and short-breaks for British families affected by cancer. As Nance and other family members had nursed her mum in her final months, they know how important respite care, of all types, can be.

Nance’s daughter, Lianne, persuaded her that this ride is a great way to raise money for this charity. For keen cyclists, like Lianne’s brother Chris Miller, 54miles is nothing.
But for Nance and Lianne, who are unused to long hours of cycling, this is massive.

Please, please show your support by donating