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£445.55 of £5,555 target +£88.89 Gift Aid See breakdown

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8 hours ago

Lol D

£55.55 + £13.89 Gift Aid

Inspired by every step and pedal you take to raise funds and awareness for MND Stu.

19 hours ago

Chris Brownfield

£30.00 + £7.50 Gift Aid

Keep er lit lads. As a rugby supporter, the love for Doddie is unending. His charitable efforts is matched by his on-field prowess as the Galloping Giraffe. A true treasure & will be missed across the globe. SLEEP WELL BIG MAN.

2 days ago

Shaun longstaff

£100.00 + £25.00 Gift Aid

May a miraculous circular wind always be on your back x

2 days ago

Sean Fergusson

£10.00 + £2.50 Gift Aid

The very best of luck from the team @FORE BUSINESS..!!

2 days ago


£20.00 + £5.00 Gift Aid

3 days ago

James Stewart

£10.00 + £2.50 Gift Aid

best of luck with the challenge

3 days ago


£20.00 + £5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck Stuart and the rest of the crazy gang!

3 days ago


£50.00 + £12.50 Gift Aid

For you guys and Doddy

4 days ago


£50.00 + £12.50 Gift Aid

Love Lisi Iain and the boys. X

6 days ago

David Lawrence


Sorry I can't do more at the moment!

Stuart Thom is raising money for My Name'5 Doddie Foundation

The Longest Night

Event date: 21st December 2022

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My story

In 2020 during one of the COVID lockdowns a peloton of 12 completed the ‘Long Weekend’, cycling 410 miles round Northern Ireland in 3 days.

This December some of that crew make up a group of 16 who will be completing the ‘Longest Night’. There are three Golf Clubs in Northern Ireland with the Royal heritage. The event is a 270 mile, 24-hour cycle from Royal Belfast Golf Club, visiting Royal County Down Golf Club and Royal Portrush Golf Club before returning 24 hours later to Royal Belfast Golf Club, during the shorted day or the “Longest Night”.

The event is to raise vital funds and continue to raise awareness for the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation to conduct research into Motor Neurone Disease.

Dodie Weir OBE, who earned 61 caps for Scotland and also represented the British and Irish Lions in 1997. Doddie faced his biggest challenge as he battled the disease, a condition that affects the brain and nerves.

He set up the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation in 2017 after announcing that he had been diagnosed with MND, to help raise awareness and funds to find a cure for this devastating disease.

Doddie Weir, whose charity has raised over £9m, was presented with the Helen Rollason Award at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards in December 2019.

Sadly Doddie passed away on Saturday 26th November but his legacy lives on.. The team will embark on this challenge with a smile of his memories and a tear as we think of the pain and hurt his loving family are going through..

Doddie.. This is for you.. RIP

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