Raising money for Men’s Shed

As everyone will already know we sadly lost our dear friend last March and since then life just hasn’t been the same. In these current climates I don’t think that people’s mental health has ever been more important, with so many feeling alone His mother Jillian has taken a lot of her own time with Men Shed and willow garden after this awful day. As any of you know who did the Manchester to Blackpool bike ride, I’m not the fastest on the old pedal and push to say the least. I am going to ride home to Bloomfield road every day for the next 32 days which is around 24km. Doesn’t sound a lot but for an ageing falling to bits person like me it’s a fair old trek. My plan is to wear a different football shirt everyday if anyone has a spare they could lend it would be brilliant. Only and B*rnley or Celtic shirts would require a 50 donation and any leeds, Liverpool or Manchester United 10 quid. Don’t know if this is ambitious but for every 300 raised I will ride the lot in the gimp suit someone kindly sent me which I really appreciate don’t know if that’s an incentive to contribute or not. Any day I miss I will put 50 pound in 

any donation at all in these testing times would be honestly amazing. 

never thought I’d say this but hopefully I’m riding Bloomfield in a gimp suit a few times

  • Dave Riley 
    • £45 
    • 23 mos
  • Jono Collin 
    • £20 
    • 24 mos
  • Katrina Milburn 
    • £10 
    • 24 mos
  • Bonus Ball 
    • £105 
    • 24 mos
  • James Wilcock 
    • £10 
    • 24 mos
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Craig Sibbald 
Thornton-Cleveleys, North West England, United Kingdom
Registered nonprofit
Donations eligible for Gift Aid.