A SCOTS bicycle owner is planning to cycle a mammoth 300 miles from Aberdeen to Newcastle in simply two days to boost 1000’s of kilos for Maggie’s Centre amenities at each areas.
Michael Gordon is the business director on the UK’s main vessel operator North Star, the place he has labored for 12 years.
He’s aiming to boost £5,000 with the corporate set to match his last whole.
He’ll start his 300-mile journey at North Star’s headquarters in Aberdeen on Monday the fifth of June and end on the newly opened Dogger Financial institution O&M facility.
The cash raised might be shared equally between the most cancers assist supplier’s two centres.
Michael mentioned: “A 300-mile solo cycle like that is new territory for me, nevertheless, it’s for an incredible trigger and my household, buddies and colleagues are 100% behind me.
“I’m proud to show our give attention to supporting the native communities the place we function, and I hope individuals might be beneficiant with their donations.
“I’m trying ahead to arriving in Port of Tyne as I full the journey, which might be a check of my very own psychological power and bodily skill.”
Richard Stewart, the fundraising supervisor at Maggie’s Centre in Aberdeen mentioned: “As a fundraiser it humbles me when supporters step out of their consolation zone and tackle unbelievable sponsored challenges.
“Michael’s 300-mile solo cycle positively falls into that class!”
Established in 1996, Maggie’s has 26 centres throughout the UK in addition to three worldwide bases in Hong Kong, Tokyo and Kálida Barcelona.
The Aberdeen centre has welcomed and supported greater than 72,000 visits, delivered greater than 5,000 one-to-one psychological periods, and secured nearly £9m from fundraisers.
Michael has arrange a JustGiving web page for donations which could be discovered right here: https://bit.ly/3M5MJ7j