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Wow- look at all the fundraising commitments we've had so far for joe!!!


No Alcohol in July

Uncle Rich

Cycling 318 miles from home to Cornwall


Looking after the cats (food and litter tray!!) for July


Virtually cycling to Newquay (in a gym in Dubai)

Uncle John

Cycling 318 miles from home to Cornwall

The Potts Family

Selling personal belongings to raise funds for Joe

Auntie Elaine and Tina

Doing the Tennis Marathon


Doing a 30 day plank challenge

Steve and Major

Cycling 318 miles from home to Cornwall

Auntie Sal

Running every day in July


Running 5km a day in July

Steph and Jake

Ambitiously doing a Tennis marathon from

10am to 10pm


No chocolate in July


No tomato Ketchup in July

Auntie Val

Completing the couch to 5km in July


Dog training- 31 days to train a rescue hound


Not saying the word "LIKE"

Uncle Brian 

Learning to ride a bike after 25 years out of the saddle, so he can bike the last 7 miles to Treyarnon Bay

And a massive Thank you to everyone who's helped us get this far. We appreciate every penny, but sorry we can't include everyone so heres a small selection of people who've contribute to the journey so far... (We will keep adding stories to this page)
Thank you Tutbury Tigers!!

The amazing Tutbury Tigers have thrown their full support behind Joe starting with a Pass it on Challenge followed by members of the adult team completing 100 km each, running or cycling within 30 days. Thank you so much Tutbury Tigers

Nick Steeles virtual west highland way run !!!

Nick Steele taking on a virtual "West Highland Way". His aim was to run 95 miles in 9.5 days in support of Joe. Whats even more amazing is that Nick has never met Joe, but that didn't stop him giving us fabulous daily updates and achieving his goal 36 hrs ahead of schedule. 

Healthcare at home!!!

16 of Sharons friends and work colleagues did 26 mile journey- on foot. Healthcare at Home sponsored every person who took part £40. A wonderful sum of money was raised for Sharon and Joe

Hardy Signs!!!

Thanks you to Tom Hardy for kindly  designing and donating a banner for our fundraising activities


In May Sophie Carlton-Greaves and her brother, Henry decided to cycle 200km in 7 days raise money to support Joseph's recovery journey. Not an easy challenge and no one imagined the support they’d receive.   Unbelievably over £9000 was raised!

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