Well gotta come clean here folks following our holiday to Aust/NZ and Christmas etc. Fatbloke has put on a few pounds but alas all is not lost I have been training again since January and I will be running the Brentwood Half Marathon ( my favourite race ) again this year on Sunday 18th March. I really enjoyed it last year as it was part of my London Marathon Training but this year its going to be tough tough tough and its my own fault.
I will be raising funds for the Brain Tumour Charity again and more specifically for the Judy D’cruz fund that stands at £24,324.83. Lets see if we can get a few more £’s in the pot. If you would like to donate it would be appreciated. Just click here . Here is a picture from last years race
Thanks to all that turned out £1900 raised for the Brain Tumour Charity. It was a truely fabulous night
FatBloke will be teaming up again with the Old Street Rockers to do it all again as we had such a great time last Christmas. New songs, Christmas songs and guest appearances. We are at the William Blake on Thursday 7th December Tickets may be available on the night but can be obtained in advanced by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org ot email@example.com
A fabulous hot summer night of great music and partying. The Old Street Rockers put on a tremendous show and helped Fat Bloke raise £1563.08 for The Brain Tumour Charity. Thanks guys really apprecaite all you do for us. Your hard work and skill ensures a great night EACH AND EVERY NIGHT !!!
Fat Bloke and the Old Street Rockers are back at the William Blake WEDS 7th June and we are rockin’ to raise money in the battle against Brain Tumours once again.
Due to our friends at One4All gift cards EVERY PENNY raised will go to the Brain Tumour Charity. Tickets are £10 each
Its going to be a great party night ( the boys always put on a great show) so please come along and bring AS MANY FRIENDS AS YOU CAN. Rumour has it that a certain Fat Bloke will also be taking to the stage !!
Tickets can be purchased on the night but to avoid disappointment please contact me via firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions as to how you can get tickets in advance that I will hold for you on the door
I have to say yesterday was one of the greatest achievements / events of my life. It was so hard and although my legs are hurting my heart is bursting with pride. I need to say thank you to ALL the people who have supported me in so many ways. Mervyn Phillips a veteran of 18 London Marathons and 60 in all took me under his wing but I got so much advice from so many people who wanted to be sure I was OK on start day. All those who waved at me during those long training runs, those that supported me on the day by turning out but also by following me on-line I could feel the e-love !!. Special thanks to Judy for encouraging and putting up with me over these last few months. It couldn’t have been easy I moaned a lot and fretted a lot but at the end of the day I had full respect for the challenge I was undertaking.
But lets not forget the reason for all this was to raise money for the Brain Tumour Charity so thank you to all those who have donated. Its not too late to donate so if you have been following my story please donate as I try to reach the £10k mark. I feel sure I can get there so any amount however small would be gratefully received. I have attached below some photos from the day. I hope you enjoy them. Thanks again from Judy and Myself as well as all the people from The Brain Tumour Charity.
I ran the London Marathon on April 23rd for The Brain Tumour Charity. You can still donate by clicking here
My sister just popped around and gave me my Dads chain to run with. I am not religious in any way but I will proudly wear this tomorrow and amongst all the other reasons I am running for tomorrow I will also remember my Dad. I know if he was around he would be telling me I was mad doing this but I know he would also be very proud !!!
I am running the London Marathon on April 23rd for The Brain Tumour Charity. You can donate by clicking here