Ride finished banks wealth steve danson 300km around Lake VatternrundanAfter so much training, the first part of Steve’s fundraising challenge has been completed. Earlier this month Steve Danson cycled 300km around Lake Vatternrundan in Sweden, a ride that went through the night, into the next morning, it’s now only a matter of weeks until his next challenge in the Alps, and the fundraising target is so close to being met.

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Steve expressed his joy after completing the first stage of his challenge in just 9 hours 20, which was almost 3 hours ahead of his expected time.

The fundraising is so close to its target and Steve is reaching out for help to get to the £3,000 mark before the final stage of his challenge in the Alps.
Steve is raising money for two charities close to his heart, below is more information on both of them.

Blackburn Youth Zone

is a fantastic facility based in the heart of Blackburn dedicated to young people aged 8-19 years old and open 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year. The Youth Zone offers unique opportunities for young people, from every background and of all abilities, to enjoy themselves in a safe environment, to take part in activities where they can fulfil their own potential, widen their horizons and make new friends. We provide countless social, arts and sports opportunities for young people of all abilities to engage in for just 50p per visit.

Rosemere Cancer Foundation

supports world class cancer treatment throughout Lancashire and South Cumbria. Our aim is to work in partnership with local clinical staff to achieve the best possible care for cancer patients in Lancashire and South Cumbria wherever they are treated.  We seek to do this by:

– Funding cutting edge equipment to help clinicians remain at the forefront of the fight against cancer.

– Supporting innovative ways to take the fear out of cancer for patients and their families during their treatment, making it as comfortable and stress free as possible.

– Backing local research projects that help improve our understanding of cancer and how it can be better diagnosed and treated.

– Facilitating top quality training to help clinical staff treating cancer patients be the very best they can be.

In 2015 the Rosemere Cancer Foundation spent £336,483 on projects that had a direct impact on cancer services across Lancashire and South Cumbria. It also committed a further £410,830 to long term initiatives that will roll out for the benefit of cancer patients over the next few years.

Ride finished banks wealth steve danson 300km around Lake Vatternrundan
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