Swim the Channel
From William Graydon, For those who know me I should probably apologise, you have already been subjected to four years of pasty skin and pestering for sponsorship. For those who don’t, I made a bet with myself on my 21st birthday that in my lifetime I would raise £1 million for charity, with the catch being every penny had to be raised in pink Y fronts.
SL CUP 2015
Thank you to everyone who played in and supported this years SL Cup. A truly incredible amount was raised, final total £15,116. Click through for all the details of the day and photos.
Cycling the UK
Congratulations to Jordan and Andrew for completing the gruelling challenge of cycling John O’Groats to Lands’ End. The total raised so far is £2482 and still rising, so a huge thank you to both Jordan and Andrew and everyone who has supported them.
The SL Cup
On the 23rd August three cricket teams took part, in SL Cup. The day was organised by James Allen in remembrance of Charlie who loved his cricket and days with his mates. It was a wonderful day for all those who loved Charlie to get together reminisce and have a good time. Grand Total raised £5,020 A massive thank you to all who supported this event.
Survival of the Fittest
Thanks to Lettie and Katrina for taking part in the gruelling 'Survival of the Fittest' 10k obstacle course on November 22nd in aid of The SLBG Foundation. Raising close to £700.
The Great British Run
On Sunday Ailish and Eliza took part in the Great British run. Both completeing the 10km in an impressive 55 minutes. Raising a fantastic £1,095. Thank You to everyone who support them.
A huge thank you and well done to Paul Mildren! Not only did he complete his run with in the top 18% of the runners but also raised over £1000 for the charity! Thank you to all that supported Paul along the way! Every donation counts! Grand Total Raised.....an impressive £1,105
On Sunday 6th April 2014, the three of us will be undertaking the gruelling 26 mile 'jog' through the streets of Paris, to raise money for the Charles SLBG Foundation. Charlie SLBG was a great friend of ours and many of yours.
Berlin Half Marathon
I will running the Berlin half marathon in the coming weeks (28th March in fact) in hopes to raise money for this brilliant cause that is dear to my heart. Charles was my brother-in-law and he was a great guy and left this world too soon
After two months of training the big night has come and gone. Although the result didn't go the way I'd hoped, I'm taking away a fantastic experience that has taught me a lot about myself. I want to say an enormous thank you to everyone for their incredible support. It made it so much easier to commit to this and keep going knowing how many people were donating and buying tickets. I really couldn't have done it without you all.