JUST 10 months ago Chris Spencer, Everyone Active general manager at Hornchurch Sports Centre, had a second life-saving bone marrow transplant co-ordinated by Anthony Nolan.
Now Chris, says it’s ‘payback time’ and is setting out on September 11 on a gruelling,150 mile, three and a half day row of the Thames in aid of the charity.
In support of Chris, 45 Everyone Active colleagues will take to the saddle over the three days, cycling 150 miles from Cirencester to the Isle of Dogs – dubbed the Great Thames Ride.
Chris will row as Stroke Man alongside his brother Roger and their rowing club mate Daniel Bartlett. Their Bow Man is Robbie Coleman and their Coxswain is Paul Prentice.
Hundreds of family, friends and rowing club members will meet Chris at the end of his row, including the 45 colleagues taking on the ride.
To support Chris by donating please visit: www.justgiving.com/Greatthamesrow
Go backPosted on 10th September 2014