Fundraising in memory of “Penguin” Pete Milner
Cheltenham Motor Club member Bruce Bynorth is once again Fundraising for the Sue Ryder Leckhampton Hospice in memory of “Penguin” Pete Milner who passed away last year.
After raising £4000 in the April 2.6 challenge, by rowing 26.2 miles on a rowing machine, then doing 26 sets of burpees 26 times. Bruce’s latest challenge is running 26.2 miles of the Cotswold Way with a 20kg pack on his back.
In memory of Peter Milner ‘A Coy The Glosters Regiment’, British Antarctic Survey & Mountaineer who passed away at the Leckhampton Hospice last year. We would like to thanks the hospice for the incredible work which supports individuals, family’s and friends. The dedication and support by the staff and volunteers ensured Peter’s remaining days were passed with the upmost care and compassion.
I would like to help support the Leckhampton Hospice by raising money through The London Marathon, since the main event been cancelled, this Sunday, 4th October, I will be running the same distance for the virtual London Marathon along the Cotswold Way. I’ll be starting in Chipping Campden and finishing in Cheltenham.
Peter was an previously a member of the The Gloucestershire Regiment so attempting to complete the marathon in military kit/boots carrying a rucksack with weight 20kg.
Thanks for any support.