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Re: Forum Charity - discussion
« Reply #70 on: 18 June 2012, 12:51 »
He does kinda "earn" the profit which he donates......
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« Reply #71 on: 18 June 2012, 20:08 »
Nigel, I will be doing the calendars again this year so hopefully a hefty contribution will be made from that buddy. :)

Don't be fooled into thinking this is Shady's money. He claims it as his, but it's really ours.. :grin: :kiss:

Doesn't matter which way you look at it really.  :grin: Still goes to the same place.

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« Reply #72 on: 05 August 2012, 23:08 »
Thanks Kirk!

All - We've smashed this years target so I've upped the target to something meatier  :smiley:

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« Reply #73 on: 05 June 2013, 15:43 »
Thanks to everyone who donated in the last year, we raised an unbelievable amount of money. 

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Re: Forum Charity - discussion
« Reply #74 on: 01 July 2013, 13:45 »
What is this year's charity thing all about?
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Re: Forum Charity - discussion
« Reply #76 on: 01 July 2013, 16:05 »
Help for Heroes again.

Should be testicular or prostate cancer all the time!
(sorry but got a mate in his 30's who has already had one bollock off!)
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« Reply #77 on: 01 July 2013, 16:51 »
Awesome logic as always Len.
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Re: Forum Charity - discussion
« Reply #78 on: 02 July 2013, 09:09 »
Why thank you kind sir!
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« Reply #79 on: 20 January 2014, 23:35 »
Help for Heroes again.

Should be testicular or prostate cancer all the time!
(sorry but got a mate in his 30's who has already had one bollock off!)

I agree 100%,
Or at least some a cancer charity like Macmillan.
The sad thing is, until someone or someone they know are diagnosed with the disease they do not realise how bad it actually is! I've been concerned about a lump on my neck for the last few months, my body doesn't feel right, I don't feel any pain but can feel lumps on my collar bone. I have had my neck scanned and I've been told it's an enlarged lympth node so nothing to worry about, however as it's on my neck I do worry about it lol. Having a bone scan next to see if these lumps I can feel are anything to worry about.
The fact is, I'm only 19 and want to live a normal life obviously hoping everything will be ok.

A guy that went to my school was 15 when diagnosed with bowel cancer, now at 18 his illness is incurable, it's rather amazing how much strength he has and his positivity while going through it all... he's now facing having to have his legs amputated but still fighting with positivity.

Sorry for the long post, hope i didn't send you all to sleep lol...
Just wanted to share my thoughts!
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