CPC clocks up over 2700 miles for JDRF

A 22-strong CPC team have covered an impressive 2761 miles in January as part of the ‘100-mile challenge’ to fundraise for its Charity Partner, JDRF.

Despite the national lockdown, the team have shown extra resilience and commitment to walk, cycle, run, row, and even sledge in isolation to build up their individual distances and hit their 100-mile goal.

As a result of their efforts, CPC has raised over £3000 for JDRF who fund research projects seeking to eradicate Type 1 diabetes.

Mileage covered by CPC’s 100 Mile Challenge team:

  • 2 miles sledging
  • 100 miles rowing
  • 542.36 miles cycling
  • 764.41 miles running
  • 1244.28 miles human walking
  • 108 miles dogs walking

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Siobhan Delany, CPC Partner said “I am incredibly proud of our team who pounded their local streets, parks, forests, fields and brushed the cobwebs off of their gym equipment to smash their 100-mile targets. It’s been great for our health and wellbeing and we have raised an amazing amount of money for our charity, JDRF”

A special thanks to the team:

Alice Barber, Andrew Shackleton, Anny Levett, David Callachan, David Spencer, David Watts, Frankie Townsend, Hayley Webb, Ian Reay, John Chappell, John Self, Jon Odell, Mark Cleverly, Neil Morris, Peter Brown, Peter Turner, Ryan Rivers, Siobhan Delany, Steve Mole, Susan Huang, Thomas Lewis, Tom Barnes

Date: 4/02/2021
Category: News