Cricklewood pair cycle 450 miles for cancer charities
Conor McWeeney and Francie Smyth have raised £10,763.50 for charity after cycling 450 miles from Glasgow to their native Cricklewood with the help of their kind sponsor Curley Concepts Ltd in March.
“We decided to do this cycle in aid of Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation and Macmillan Cancer Support. Cancer has affected both our families and we felt that we had to give something back to the people who work tirelessly to find a cure for Cancer and to those who offer so much help and support to Cancer sufferers and their families.”
Conor and Francie would like to thank all sponsors for their generous donations and to all who helped with the event.
Pictured, left to right, are: Cyclist Conor McWeeney, Sponsor Padraig Curley from Curley Concepts Ltd, Martin Grange Trustee of Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, Cyclist Francie Smyth Photo Lucia Butler.
Here they were on Day 1!
Read about the boys’ preparations back in March, before they headed off on their brave journey!
Two London Irish lads from Cricklewood, Conor McWeeney & Francie Smyth, are cycling 450 miles from Glasgow to their homes for cancer research.