For those of you that come this way & enjoy this site that we run for free for Roddy & you guys, if you enjoy it, & it gives you the updates & info that you want well I was wondering if you would help support me in a venture...
Myself & a team of 5 others have entered the London to Brighton Cycle Ride taking place on Sunday June 21st in aid of the British Heart Foundation, we are trying to raise £3000.00 & any donation, however small would be appreciated. if you feel that you can help please click the the following link or paste it in your browser to donate, it's safe & secure & all the money raised goes to this very worthy cause.
Hello my friend, thanks for asking how to donate. If you have a credit card you can donate from anywhere in the world, it converts it to £'s automatically & does not cost you anything other than the actual donation made. It's safe, secure & is all going to a very worthy cause. If you click the original link it takes you straight to the doanation site. Also while on the web, type in British Heart Foundation, their research IS saving lives! Once we have completed the ride on Sunday 21st June I'll post an update on here with the amount we finally raised, today it sits at £480.00 which is encouraging considering the global climate. Our target is £3000 which I think is acheivable.
Thank you on behalf of the team, it really is appreciated.
Hello Fellow Skabillies...Now seeing as most of you have hearts please, please please would you consider sponsoring me, no amount is too small & I only have a couple of weeks to go before the day, so far we have raised nearly £1500.00 which is incredible, thanks to those that have already donated, you know who you are...To the rest of you who come this way & enjoy the site that we provide free gratis for Roddy & yourselves please consider this worthy cause, i have attached the link...Many thanks Mr P Nut Esquire
Thanks to all that donated to our Cycle ride in aid of the British Heart Foundation, we have so far raised nearly £2500 for this wonderful cause, for the record I had an accident 24 miles into the 56 mile jaunt, battered my body & bicycle, buckled wheels, sticking gears, thanks to the work of the St Johns Ambulance I was patched up & managed to finish the remainder... Even after fixing 3 punctures, it was a long day & it hurt...
There is still time to donate if you so wish which would be appreciated by all the team,