Four football enthusiasts at Horsepower Motor Centre in Tonbridge, Kent, are competing to correctly predict the outcome of the 20/21 Premier League games each week – and in doing so, win money for charities close to their hearts.
Surrey-based supporter Claudia Talsma has already raised over £2,500 for PCRF thanks to her company Salcura Natural Skin Therapy generously donating a percentage of sales of its range of natural skincare products.
Warwickshire craft brewery Purity Brewing Co has launched a new cask beer called JIMBO in tribute to co-founder Jim Minkin who died of pancreatic cancer in June this year – and 5p of every pint sold will be donated to PCRF.
Pancreatic cancer patient Stafford Wulff, 44, is running the virtual Virgin London Marathon for PCRF on 04 October along a beach near his home in Adelaide, Australia.
The small village of Prestbury in Cheshire was treated to a surprise visit from Elvis in June, as part of a brilliant fundraiser that raised £3,500 for PCRF.
Gutsy fitness trainer Heather Lawson is finally able to put her feet up after a fundraising challenge turned out to be vastly more exercise than she’d bargained for.
Nine-year old TJ Portt from Plymouth is undertaking a huge challenge in memory of his Nanny Heather – he’s pledged to run 100 miles in 100 days and has already smashed his original fundraising target of £200.
Ray Hall (75) and his granddaughter Lottie Cooper completed a 2-mile fundraising walk together – albeit 300 miles apart – to raise over £4750 to date for the medical research charity Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund.
They may be 300 miles apart, but that won’t stop Lottie Cooper (12) from joining forces – albeit remotely - with her Grandpa Ray, to complete a fundraising walk together.
A fitness trainer from Blackheath is walking the Camino de Santiago by completing the entire equivalent route up and down her own stairs – over 100,000 times!