Tuesday, 26 July 2016

A slight return - for a good cause

Hello everyone. God. that's presumptuous, isn't it? There might be no one out there reading this.

I hope that a few of you are though. Actually, I hope that lots of people read this, because it's here for a good cause. The wonderful and very charity minded Danielle Hunt, whose interview here several thousand of you read, is doing her annual charity walk, this time in support of a Prostrate Cancer support group, and she'd like you to get behind her,

I think that this is an extremely worth while charity (as all of those that Dani has chosen to support are), and I hope that you can help her out.

I'll leave it to Dani to tell you more:-

I lay myself at your feet, cap in hand. Yes I want your money
but here is why. *Drumrolls* 
On bank holiday weekend next month – Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th August 2016 - I am walking 60 miles {100 kilometres} to raise money for charity.


I obviously did not learn from my sprained ankle last year! *tsk tsk* 

The charity which I am supporting this year is Prostate Cancer UK, who are quite unknown and receive very little coverage in the media. 
I am supporting this particular charity this year as they do fantastic work with both prostate cancer sufferers and their families, as well as carrying out vital research. 


Supporting this particular charity is very important to me as my Grandfather {who has now passed} contracted a very aggressive form of Prostate Cancer when I was very young. Had this not been diagnosed at the time it was – he would have died within a year. Had he not been operated on straight away – he would have died within a year.




Last May, I did a 60 mile sponsored walk raising money for The Brain Tumour Charity and raised £6,250.00 in total. I was sore and crippled for a few weeks, but it was absolutely worth it. I am hoping to raise more this year. I have been spending a lot of time training recently.


The sponsored walk is part of the South Coast Challenge and takes place on Saturday 27th August 2016. The walk begins in Eastbourne, East Sussex, along the South Downs and ends in Arundel, West Sussex. When I finish the race, I will receive a medal, a certificate of completion and have my photograph taken at the finish line.

PROSTATE CANCER BEWARE, I'm going to walk all over you!




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As well as doing the sponsored walk, I have also organised a Sponsored Spanking Party with spankees Mia Collins, Chloe, Scarlett – who is a brand new spankee, and this will be her very first party, and myself.



Gorgeous girls with gorgeous bottoms who want a firm spanking...strictly in the name of charity!

The parties will be held on Thursday 18th and Saturday 20th August and will take place in Birmingham and start at 1.30pm on both days. Lots of spanking fun guaranteed! 

ALL of the proceeds from the party will go to Prostate Cancer UK. It would be great if you could attend and give us all a sore bottom

If you are unable to attend a party, I really do hope that you will consider sponsoring me, as I do believe that Prostate Cancer UK are doing some amazing work, They receive no funding from the UK government and need every penny.





If you would like to sponsor me to do my walk, please email or ring me and I will add your pledge to my sponsorship form


Now, I better go and put my walking boots on.... just 5 weeks to go! Wish me luck! Pray to whoever your God is that I finish unscathed! A swollen ankle is a lot worse than a sore bum.


Danielle

www.stingingtails.co.uk
spankdanielle@hotmail.co.uk
07763 870 589


Charity information:
Prostate Cancer UK
Registered charity number in England and Wales (1005541) and in Scotland (SC039332).
Registered office: Fourth floor, The Counting House, 53 Tooley Street, London SE1 2QN
Charity website: www.prostatecanceruk.org
Events coordinator Ms Bardha Krasniqi - bardha.krasniqi@prostatecanceruk.org



Party Information www.stingingtails.co.uk
South Coast Challenge information www.southcoastchallenge.com


I hope that you can help her out.

Best wishes

Tim

2 comments:

  1. Thank you for posting Tim, you are a wonderful person. I'm doing something very similar for Alzheimer research here in the states..:)

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  2. Welcome back, Tim. Yeaterday I very nearly removed your blog from my list. I guess fate stayed my hand.

    A very good cause indeed!

    Hugs,
    Hermione

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