Michelle Lock’s Island to Ireland Cycle Ride For Charity

Michelle is planning to cycle from the Isle of Wight to Ireland and back again (600 miles) in the hope of raising £1,500 for the Wessex Cancer Trust

A week doesn’t go by on the Isle of Wight when we’re not sent information about an Islander’s fundraising efforts.

Michelle Today is the turn of Michelle Lock (although in this case sent to us by her friend Dan Morgan).

We hear that Michelle is planning to cycle solo and unsupported from Isle of Wight to Ireland (and back) this summer.

600 miles of cycling
She’ll be heading off in June and planning to cover a whopping distance of 600 miles raising money for the Wessex Cancer Trust in the process,

Many of you will already know the Wessex Cancer Trust, who provide care and support for patients and families in Hampshire, Dorset and Wiltshire as well as the Isle of Wight.

Michelle is hoping to raise at least £1500 for the Wessex Cancer Trust.

To show your support, pop over to her Just Giving page.

Monday, 23rd April, 2012 3:37pm

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4 Comments on "Michelle Lock’s Island to Ireland Cycle Ride For Charity"

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michelle lock

with only 26 days before I cycle to Ireland and back by donating via justgiving ot sending a text ITOI48 £? to 70070 it will help me reach my target

Michelle

I have reached the £1100.00 mark please help me reach £1500.00 before I leave on June 2nd. If everyone can donate just £1 by text ITOI48 send to 70070 it would be fantastic

Michelle

Lovely weekend of cycling on the road, next weekend (Saturday 11 – 2) I will be at the Gaffers in Yarmouth running a Guess My Mileage competition lots of prizes to be won. Come along and have a guess all proceeds to Wessex Cancer Trust.

George ryan

Hi Michele how are you good weather cycling stay safe George