Hi there, I’m Andy Morley from Ilkeston in Derbyshire, with everything that is happening throughout the world and me being lucky enough to be able to work from home, I would like to give a little back where I can to those working on the “front line” especially for those hero’s in the NHS and the Ambulance service.
A good friend of mine, Keith Dolby works as a technician within the Ambulance service and is the inspiration for this project.
The chosen charity is TASC, The Ambulance Staff Charity. All donations are taken via JustGiving.
We have a target of £1500.00.
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The Ambulance Staff Charity (TASC), are devoted to supporting the ambulance community with their mental, physical and financial well-being during times of need.
Visit their website for further info on what they do – https://www.theasc.org.uk/
Like a lot of friendship groups mine has a WhatsApp chat group where we like to have a laugh and a joke, this has been very active during the Covid-19 Lockdown, and been a great source of entertainment.
My good “friend” Nathan (Nelly) took it upon himself to nominate me for a challenge during this testing time…without me knowing!
He announced what he had done via our WhatsApp group.
He Signed me up for a challenge of not cutting my hair! Set up a Just Giving page and the idea was born.
I only found out what he had done after it was all in motion, with donations already pledged!
Nelly has been holding a grudge since 2002 because of a prank I played on him by stealing/borrowing his beloved Raleigh Chopper Bike, I basically borrowed it to annoy him and I took the bike around our local town taking lovely photos and sending them to him whilst he was at work, without his bike.
Here are some of the “adventures” I had with his bike… Lovely.
Quite a simple idea, basically I’m not cutting my hair until there has been a cure / vaccine found for the Corona Virus!
I wasn’t the one who came up with these rules as i’m sure you would agree they are very ambitious!
We would all love to see a vaccine be developed to cure this horrible virus, time will tell how long it takes…
I will be updating this page with progress photos over the coming days and weeks.
Thank you for taking the time to look over my fund raising page, I hope I have put a smile on your face!
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