Ab Woolass, who provides auditing services for the UK Asbestos Training Association (UKATA) is set to embark on a tough challenge over the next few weeks, the first being 22nd May 2021.
When talking with Ab earlier this week about his fundraising activities, he said “I have set myself two challenges this year, both quite close to each other and both in support of the Maggie’s Centres. A really, really, big thank you to all those that have donated so far - it’s really helping to motivate me and getting me out there training for these tough challenges”.
Maggie's is a charity providing free cancer support and information in centres across the UK and online. Maggie’s offers the best possible support free to anyone with cancer and their families who walk through their doors. The centres can be found alongside NHS hospitals and they can also support individuals online.
This year Ab has entered the 106 mile cycle race around Lincolnshire, then two weeks later a cycle challenge of cycling the height of Everest in one day in Oxfordshire, which equates to 102 miles uphill and for about 15 to 18hrs (a tough one).
To find out more about Ab’s challenge and the work of Maggie’s see:
Published on Saturday 22nd May 2021