Support Molesey Resident Karen Lamb's Bike Ride Challenge!

26th August 2015

Will you show your support? Karen Lamb of West Molesey is fundraising for the Princess Alice Hospice with a target of £3000. She has already raised nearly £500.00 of her target and is training hard. Her heart felt story of what inspired her to take on this challenge is below along with details of how to donate.

 

"Three years ago, my partner Mike and I were leading a normal, happy life together when everything changed. Mike was diagnosed with esophageal cancer at the age of 50. Three weeks later, on New Year’s Eve, he died.

Mike didn’t have the chance to benefit from the wonderful care of the Princess Alice Hospice. I want to raise money so that this care is available to as many people as possible who find themselves in a similar position.

My name is Karen, I am 48 years old and I work in the Retail Department of Princess Alice Hospice.

A few months ago, the only reason I would get on my bike was to cycle to the pub! Now I’m training to do a 10 day, 500km cycle from Vietnam to Cambodia.

If you’d like to help me to achieve my goal, please donate whatever you can to this wonderful organisation.

Thank you for taking the time to read my story."

Karen


If you would like to make a donation please visit: https://www.justgiving.com/Karensbikechallenge/

 

Best of luck Karen!

 

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