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How you can help us raise money for two great causes

The Consult Centre team is proud to be supporting two fantastic causes over the next two months.


First of all, we are backing our very own Nikki, her husband John and daughters Gabriella and Sienna as they take part in the Wheels Around the World event for CancerCare between April 17 and May 22..

The Hardiman family will be helping CancerCare supporters to cover the virtual distance around the Equator - a grand total of nearly 25,000 miles!


People will be taking part by scootering, skating, pushing a pram, using anything with wheels but no power to cover the miles - and as keen cyclists, Nikki and her family will be getting on their bikes!

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The Hardimans are taking part in Wheels Around the World
Nikki said: "When we heard about the challenge we were super excited to get involved.
"We have lots of family adventures cycling and we like to try something new.
"We aim to cover 250 miles as a family in 25 days.
"I love supporting CancerCare too, they are a great local charity doing such good work at a difficult time."


If you would like to sign up to take part in the event too, see here.


Meanwhile the entire Consult Centre team will be taking part in the Mayday Mile to raise money for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI).

We are passionate about our local lifeboat crew at Morecambe RNLI and as it's our charity of choice, we are going to take part in this national event.


The idea behind the MayDay Mile is that a mayday is an urgent call for help. Usually, RNLI lifesavers answer mayday calls and go to rescue others. But this May, with the busiest summer season on the way, they are asking other people for help.


If you take part in the MayDay Mile, you can cover the distance however you like. Alone or with a friend. Just once or every day for a week. In wellies or on a unicycle. It’s entirely up to you.


The team has pledged to cover a combined 60 miles during May. However we do it, by walking, running, or even skipping - we're going to do it!


Thank you to all our supporters who have helped raise £160 towards our target of £500 so far!

If you can help us with a donation, however large or small, you will contribute to saving lives and supporting our local incredible volunteer crew.


You can donate at our fundraising page here.



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