Cycle In Danny’s Honour Already Raises Over £20,000 For Hospital

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Tim Sullivan and Kacey O’Driscoll who are taking on a cycling challenge in honour of Tim’s father Danny.

A FUNDRAISING cycle in honour of a great Kerryman who is ill in London, has already raised over £20,000 for a hospital there.

Kerry Association London Chairman, Danny Sullivan, who owns a successful construction company, his charitable work and helping out new arrivals from Ireland, suffered a cerebral haemorrhage in June this year.

He is continuing his recovery at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (NHNN), London, where he is surrounded by his loving family and a dedicated medical team.

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His son Tim has decided to do something to show his appreciation for the care his father has  received by taking on Britain’s world famous long distance cycle challenge – “Lands End to John O’Groats”.

Tim and his partner Kacey will be riding 969 miles from the most South Westerly point of the UK in Cornwall to the most North Easterly tip in Scotland.

From September 9-17, they will ride an average of 108 miles a day and climb approximately 50,000ft in total over the nine days. That is around 13 times up Alpe d’Huez or almost twice the height of Everest.

They will be riding to raise money for the National Brain Appeal, the fundraising arm of the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (NHNN), London.

If you want to support them, you can leave any donation via their ‘Just Giving’ page by clicking here

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