Yellow shirt day and cycling for cancer


Diana Loftus…….

Readers mail…….

Hi Chris, our friend Al Hingley is taking on a challenge on Friday 6th April in memory of his son James who sadly passed away two years ago.

They have  a “Just giving page click here  for people to donate towards raising money to meet Al’s son’s target which he thought he would meet before he passed away, unfortunately he didn’t.

Al Hingley is riding to 3 Castles in 1 day in memory of his son James and the Dudley Group NHS Charity who cared for him.

Thanks for taking the time to visit my Just Giving page.

On 24/02/16 (2 years ago) we lost our son James after a three year battle against cancer age 29, through these times he was cared for by doctors and nurses on The Georgina Unit at Russell’s Hall Hospital. I’m doing this bike ride to help complete a challenge he started in November 2013 when £2272.70 was raised out of a target of £5,000, Any money raised will help other people in the same position as James and ensure the level of care is maintained. Bike riding is a hobby of mine but I have never done anywhere near 100 km in one day, so over the next 6 weeks there will be a lot of training to make sure the challenge is successful.

Any amount, however little is appreciated and thank you for your support

Al x

Please could you print something in Cyprusscene to make people aware and they could support and cheer Al on his way from St Hilarion to Buffavento and on to Kantara Castle. He has been in training ready for this challenge and we all wish him well and good luck.

Many thanks in advance.

Diane Loftus