Hey folks – you all know that here on the blog I’m very keen to support charities, particularly ones working so hard to combat cancer and support those enduring it’s effects.
As Phil Lynnot said, there’s going to be a jailbreak, somewhere in this town. Usually Phil, that’d be the jail, but this weekend, it’s at the University of east Anglia…
Today, I’m asking you to support local lad Nathan Le-Moine and his friend Georgia who are taking part in in the Livewire Jailbreak 2017 for the Teenage Cancer Trust, starting at midday this Friday, 24th March 2017, and running for 48 hours until noon on Sunday, 26th March 2017.
The Jailbreak sees teams sponsored to get as far away as the can from the University of East Anglia Students Union building in 48 hours, without spending any of their own cash.
You can check out the work the Teenage Cancer Trust do here – they’re wonderful.
Nathan is a great lad, a nature-head and is the son of old friend of the blog Julie Le-Moine. If the family could get that huge monster of a pram to Blackpool on a day trip, anything is possible – so please do sponsor Nathan and Georgia via their JustGiving page here – it’s safe and quick.
You can also check out Nathan and Georgia’s Facebook page for the event here.
We are taking part in Livewire Jailbreak 2017. We will be competing against other teams at UEA to get as far away from the Students’ Union building, in 48 hours, without spending any of our own money to raise as much money as possible for Teenage Cancer Trust (this could be interesting, we know…)
Every day, around seven young people aged between 13 and 24 get told the devastating news that they have cancer, and the Teenage Cancer Trust provide an amazing service to these people so that they don’t have to face cancer alone – this is why we have decided to take part this year.
We will be keeping you all updated with our efforts through facebook. The event starts at midday on Friday March 24th and finishes at midday on Sunday 26th March. Please give whatever you can, it all adds up and will be going to an amazing cause!
Thank you so much!
Nathan and Georgia